“In this video, I demo the function of some of iVCS3’s control inputs to modulate our sound sources. English Translation: Watch me use magical pins in the iVCS3 to make crazy sounds like a cow being abducted by aliens or Donal Duck auditioning for a dubstep gig.”
“In this video, I demo the most basic principles in using the iVCS3’s input-output matrix by making a simple joystick-controlable patch, and explaining the process along the way.”
here’s a little stylophone in good working shape. It’s an organ you play with a little pen. It has a tuning knob and built in vibrato. It has it’s original box and instruction manuals
Everything works as is should and there is very little wear. not a perfect museum piece but a great little player! and has no corrosion in the battery compartment.
Part martian space craft, part synthesizer, the Clipsitron by Rarebeasts is a Theremin style musical instrument that uses a light sensor to make a large range of electronic sounds. This unit is so easy to play, all you need to do to change the frequency of the sound is wave your hand in front of the light sensor.
The body of the Clipsitron is made from Jarra and the legs are made from Huon Pine. The unit is finished and protected using natural wood oils.
TheClipsitron has only one control and that is the light sensor in the middle of the unit. The less light that goes into the sensor the lower the frequency. The Clipsitron is played with the hand by blocking light from entering the sensor or can also be played using a small flash light(not included)
The sound output is via a speaker on the bottom of the unit.
All you need to start making sounds is a common 9 volt battery.
I hope that gives you a basic idea about how the Clipsitron works, if you have any questions please feel free to convo me. You can also follow me on twitter, for updates on my products: @Rarebeasts
*Note this unit will not invade earth.
“Dedalus Delay is a real time audio mangler. A network of delay lines is continually granulated and modulated, producing a labyrinth of echoes, which are further processed by filters, dynamic processors and saturation modules. Dedalus can produce a wide variety of effects, from reverb-like ambiences to evolving resonation, from rhythmic pulsation to chaotic layering, from subtle chorusing to pure noise.
– iOS7 or later
– iPad 2 or later”