midi biodata sonification device with optional DIY cardboard enclosure and battery holder.Sold By Manuel Domke, Ships from Germany
Important Note: There is also a new version 2.1 of the MIDI Biodata Sonification device including the button mod by default. Please have a look in my Tindie store! For Non-EU buyers I also have th...Read More…
Important Note: There is also a new version 2.1 of the MIDI Biodata Sonification device including the button mod by default. Please have a look in my Tindie store!
For Non-EU buyers I also have these leftovers for classic MIDI Sprouts. Please be aware they're not available within the European Union!
MIDI Biodata Sonification Device (v1) Classic MIDI Sprout Biodata Sonification device. It was designed by Sam Cusumano and DataGarden did a Kickstarter campaign with this awesome device.
I started building them (and now selling DIY kits) because they were always sold out in the official store.
"MIDI Sprout allows creatives to use plants and other living things to control audio and video synthesizers in real time. "
Included parts (classic/1.0):
Depending on your selection, following parts will be shipped as surface-mount (SMD) or through-hole (THT):
This kit is RoHS compliant, so please use lead-free solder to protect our environment (and your health!).
For more information about midisprout visit the official forum: support.midisprout.com
Here is a great soldering tutorial for the through-hole version by the creator Sam Cusumano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbbWzdTiL8w
Also check my post about adding a menu to configure MIDI channel, scale and brightness: MIDI Biodata Sonification Device "Arduino shield" firmware backported to MIDI-Sprout
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