Cirkulino - Borut Savski

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"My name is Cirkulino and I work on Arduino"

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Date and Location

Schedule

  • 13. May 2013, 18-22h - Intro to Cirkulino and MIDI, Making/Soldering, Testing
  • 14. May 2013, 18-22h - Intro to MIDI & Arduino, Finishing the Making, Experimenting with Cirkulino and MIDI

Location

MechArtLab, Zürich

Registration

Limited participation: max 10 participants

please register by mail to: workshop@mechatronicart.ch

Prize and Material

SGMK members: 100.- CHF

non members: 150.- CHF

student and poor artist reduction: reduced prize by 40%

You will get

Participants of the workshop will get the full cirkulino shield including some extra parts to build MIDI interfaces.

You should bring

Please bring along your arduino, a laptop and synths. If you dont have an arduino we can borrow one to you, or you can buy it from us for cheap.

Overview

Borut Savski's basic rule is: the smallest amount of elements... and with this philosophy he developed the Cirkulino shield, an 8-step MIDI-sequencer (3-channels) interface controlled via Arduino. During the workshop we will solder the circuit and learn about MIDI interfaces, use of an arduino as MIDI controller and connect it to various software or analog based MIDI synthesizers. Bring your sound systems!

Cirkulino PCB.jpg

see more info in the online documentation on Cirkulino

sound examples made with Cirkulino

About Borut Savski

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Borut Savski

more info and related links

some recent notes on our MIDI wiki-page, about webMIDI and other stuff