Introducing MeeBlip, The Hackable Digital Synthesizer
By James Grahame
I've been busy lately working on the launch of MeeBlip, a hackable music synthesizer that has lots in common with vintage monosynths from the 1970s. The front panel is full of knobs and switches, and there's only a single status LED.
Under the hood, MeeBlip is powered by an 8-bit Atmel AVR microcontroller that comes programmed as a virtual analog synthesizer, but we provide the source code so you can remap the controls and redefine the instrument's architecture. It's an open source design and I'm hoping that a community of inquisitive and creative MeeBlippers adopts it as their own.
Visit the MeeBlip site on Noisepages for all the details.