TamTam: Music and sound for the OLPC

January 15, 2007

synthLab video

Filed under: synthLab, Videos — Nat @ 3:57 pm





  1. miniTamTam’s SynthLab Demo: Rock Me OLPC!

    Do you remember the cool synthesizer songs of the 1980’s? Back when big hair and keyboard-only bands ruled the pop music scene? Did you want to be your own singer-songwriter too? Maybe Falco doing “Rock Me Amadeus”?

    Now children worldwide will b…

    Trackback by One Laptop Per Child News — January 16, 2007 @ 9:39 am

  2. Good stuff you guys. Reminds me of the early drum machines ~1980s, due to the lack of expressive response of the XO keyboard. What Dave Rossum did was to add expression by pasting a piezoelectric buzzer under the keyboard. This could be done with the XO as well, no? A little processing (diode, resistor and capacitor) between the piezo and the XO audio input, voila – envelope follower. You just need to incorporate the digitized amplitude from the audio input CAFE into the Csound engine – a “velocity response” keyboard. Let me know if you need more explanation, n’est ce pas? Merci – pj

    Comment by pj noxon — January 19, 2007 @ 5:07 pm

  3. […] interesting being the TamTam SynthLab, a Max/MSP based visual synthesizer modeler. Here’s a video of SynthLab in action. There is another activity called Measure which is a very simple oscilloscope. The XO’s audio […]

    Pingback by robot porn » One Laptop per childish adult — January 10, 2008 @ 8:55 am

  4. Probably similar to synthedit in its concepts,I currently use synthedit to make synths and vst plugins.

    Comment by vst plugins — January 24, 2008 @ 2:38 am

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    this is completely off topic but I had to tell someone!

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