Sound Spaghetti

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Sound Spaghetti was created to help younger audiences learn about the fundamentals of synthesis by encouraging free play. Using a tactile interface, users experiment by plugging in various waveforms and seeing how these combinations change the shape on the oscilloscope.

The system was created as a capstone project for OCAD University's Digital Futures program, where it was an audience favourite at the school's graduate showcase. It aims to be the first cardboard synthesizer which is open source and hackable.

About the facilitating artist: Elliott Fienberg’s interests sit at the intersection between new media and sound art. Through his projects and initiatives, he aims to bring awareness to the importance of sound in our everyday lives.
As an artist with a vision for building community, Elliott organizes the Soundhackers Meetup, which assembles sound enthusiasts at venues such as Gamma Space and even the High Park Zoo.
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By: New Adventures in Sound Art