Friday, 26 June 2015

Drop me a line if you are interested

Interested meaning, commercially interested -

a) interested in licensing 3 amazing-sounding, ultra-efficient soft synth engines, destruction tested on a Raspberry Pi model 1, or
b) interested in sponsoring 3 amazing-sounding, ultra-efficient synths to bring real music-making and real music education to every Raspberry Pi owner

If you're just

c) interested in getting a free collection of synths for your Raspberry Pi, drop me a line anyway, but do get somebody who is a) or b) to drop me a line as well, because 'getting a free collection of synths' will not happen without an a) or a b) in place

Otherwise, have a really great day and keep searching for kitten videos.


21 comments:

  1. what happened to all the awesome info about your synth?

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    1. It went private. Prospective licensees can still get it by using the contact form on the right.

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    2. Can we have a glimpse of what will happen with your project? I really hope that it will be released to the public. It was very interesting to follow your development logs.

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  2. Great stuff! Of course I am interested (in getting it free)

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  3. Very interested in trying them out, but sadly I'm not very rich…

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  4. Really interested in this! (Stumbled upon this from raspberrypi.org when looking for tutorials on a Raspberry Pi/Arduino based Theremin)

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  5. Maybe you could raise funding through a kickstarter? I don't have thousands of dollars, but I'd drop 50 bucks for the software and a manual.

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  6. for £100 I'm in - kickstarter or otherwise - Unbelievable quality from such affordable hardware - combine this with a cheap midi keyboard and korg better look out

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  7. i have not checked my blog in months. today i find this one top. good thing i looked before i closed the window. i'm trying to set up a studio/music school on a remote set of islands in Micronesia called Ulithi Atoll. Is there an email i can shoot questions to? if there is just drop me a line yagsemal@gmail.com

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  8. There is a contact form on the page linked from the first line of this post, get in contact via that and I'll get answer your questions, but that page may answer most of them. The words 'commercially interested' above are a link, if you missed it.

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  9. Very good idea. I will try it in demo and than maybe more :-)

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  10. D) I would like to buy a preconfigured raspberry pi Synth with keyboard, screen and midi interface.

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  11. That actually might happen - am talking to somebody right now about something very similar ...

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  12. YESSS!!!!! I keep coming back to see if something is being released. But would you be able to purchase the software by itself? I would like to make my own custom keyboard and things for it.

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  13. YESSS!!!!! I keep coming back to see if something is being released. But would you be able to purchase the software by itself? I would like to make my own custom keyboard and things for it.

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  14. Please make the D alternative happen, I have been waiting for that since I first saw your project.

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  15. Please make the D alternative happen, I have been waiting for that since I first saw your project.

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  16. Phil, KTF. (I know there's no synth music in Northern Soul music but still Keep The Faith.) Over the years I've dipped in and out of your blog always hoping that one day you would get the rewards you deserve for everything you've poured into this project. I'm sure this will provide the final push to get it over the line. fingers crossed and good luck.

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    1. Ahh, but Soft Cell - a proper synthpop duo - covered a Northern Soul classic to go chartbusting, so there are connections!!

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  17. Here is the latest audio recording, grabbed directly from the Pi which can now record a wav directly as it synthesizes - https://soundcloud.com/pisynth/direct-capture-of-synth-collection-within-raspberry-pi-zero

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