Part 2 of fun with photoresistors

Here’s an actual performance with my DIY “liederbord” (arduino, photresistors, supercollider and some integra-7): four very short pieces in different styles.

The board is used in different ways: making patterns by covering selected sensors to send instructions to the system, or using direct input from the sensors to map to synthesis or control parameters.

Supercollider is used for interpreting the sensor values, synthesizing sounds and generating midi signals. Code can be found here: GitHub - shimpe/liederbord: supercollider code to interface with a DIY photocell (light dependent resistor) midi interface