You probably know already, but in case you don’t, it’s arrived and you can find out more about it, in fact, all you need to know about it, right here.
Whilst I probably haven’t given this enough room overall I think that Arduino Day is a good idea and an opportunity to set aside some time for experimentation and tinkering, which is something that I know I could do with more time for.
So next year the date is set for the 28th of March. You can find out more on the Arduino blog.
Still plenty of time to go on this campaign and it seems to be moving forward with its funding, so I’m hopeful that it makes it.
“I made this little demo video to show off using a vocoder with Rhythm Core Alpha 2. I recorded it on my phone through an audio cable and uploaded it to Facebook awhile ago. But there is this contest “Get Out of the Garage” that wants people to upload songs and give them the rights to use their music forever, for free, even if they don’t win. Hmmm.
Well, this is a song I don’t mind giving away for free. And it tells everybody about the best music program ever! I’ll give them this one!”
It sums up everything that SoundLab is all about.
Anyone interested in grabbing a good price on a Shruthi then take a look here.