Assembled PCBs for Google's NSynth Super Now Available for Pre-Order via Auxren

You can find the order form on Auxren's website here. Note the order is for the PCBs only, not the case as pictured. A Koryo Williamson said he will post STEP and STL files for the cases. See this post for additional details on Google's NSynth Super.

NSynth Super - An Open Source Hardware Neural Synthesizer From Google

Published on Mar 13, 2018 Google
Making music with NSynth Super
Making music using new sounds generated with machine learning

Don't miss the second video in the playlist above featuring Robotspeak. NSynth was first mentioned in this post with Andrew Huang.

"London-based producer Hector Plimmer, explores new sounds generated by the NSynth machine learning algorithm - using NSynth Super an open

Making new sounds using artificial intelligence

Published on Dec 21, 2017 ANDREW HUANG

This sounds a bit like resynthesis.


Stream/download the track:

This one in via brian comnes.

Today's Google Doodle Is a Step Sequencer!

This one in via Joel B.

Check it out:

Click the play button when you get there.

Some pics saved here for the archives.  Pretty cool nod to the visual as well:

"Music is not limited to the world of sound.  There exists a music of the visual world."

-Oskar Fischinger, 1951

Google Doodle Featuring Minimoog Played by Clara Schumann

Bottom left. You can check it out on Google's homepage now. They have the following to say on Clara Shummann:

"A doodle for Clara seemed like an obvious choice due to her enormous talents that started when she was still just a little one. Considered a child prodigy, her first concert was at the age of 11. Upon further research we realized there was also quite an amazing story beyond what she's

BENT: The Google Moog Mini-Doc - Story Behind the Moog Google Doodle

Uploaded on Dec 21, 2012 googleplay·208 videos

"Get free tracks from Carl Craig, El-P, Divine Fits and Exitmusic:
Watch performances from the Moog Sound Lab:

In May of 2012, Google turned its homepage over to Moog, creating a playable version of one of their synthesizers. The synth "Doodle" was used by over 300 million users, and brought a new level of

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