GoomGoom is a few component very low cost diy synthesizer. It is 16 voice polyphonic and multitimbral. You can find it at http://www.quinapalus.com/goom.html
The panel can directly control all parameters. Store each voice on its own. Put it in a bank of 16 channels. Store the complete bank on your harddisk. I have had contact with the inventor of the Goom and he made a special edition of the firmware for me so it can be controlled by the panel all the way, without the hardware panel.
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Do you have any sound samples and or pictures of your build? Very interested in having one made ( I’m more of a wannabe DIYer)
In the picture is a brown inlet. That is the Goom. It is just 3 elctronic parts and some capacitors. Very easy to build, because i did not include the control surface.
For those interested, I got Thorsten to port the code to the STM32F4 discovery board, so there is no soldering needed to get this thing up and running…here is a video of my first jam with this awesome synth: https://youtu.be/92Gh4QOAnBA
I didn’t see that it was you posted the video. Do you have the code for the discovery board? You also have to look at the “Axoloti” that can also be made from a discoveryboard, but soon the Axoloti is available.