Aleph – new open source all inclusive machine

September 28, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

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Ezra Buchla (son of Donald) and Brian Crabtree of Monome have made a Linux based open source device for “everything” called Aleph.
with connectors for monome, soundplane and shnth
100 will be made – it will be $1.4k – and it has 4 CV outputs as well.

runs BF533 DSP, programmed in C under Linux –
first in will be:
a looper,
a digital synth,
a sampler and
a drummachine

-> Forum • Aleph Crabtree/Buchla.
-> http://monome.org/aleph

filmed by emily lacy and kelli cain. edited by kelli cain.

performed by ezra buchla and brian crabtree.

monome.org/aleph

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