[Feature] There is a thriving network of enthusiastic synthesizer and effects builders, using a combination of analog modules and embedded computing devices, as well as some digital signal processing, working to create just about any electronic music system that you can think of. Low-cost off-the-shelf interfaces and embedded computing devices enable people to build interactive instruments and novel controllers with relative ease, without needing to understand everything about microelectronics. Two workshop sessions on electronic instrument design and applications from the recent New York convention are mined for the latest developments.
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