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There's this genius, ultra simple 16 voice, fully multitimbral, LPC1343 based synth called Goom concieved by Mark Owen: It is written in assembler...so are there any assembler mad men out there that could port it to the MB core? It is open source / Mark has granted permission for it to be ported. Making it work on the MB core would be much easier for idiots like me to assemble (no SMD) and leave some nice processor headroom for things like LFOs / noise / filtermodes to be added. If this seems like an outrageous / idiotic question please forgive me as I'm a microcontroller know-not
Morpheo is a PD-Extended patch for Goom synthesizer. It's optimized to be run on dedicated Raspberry Pi 2 box with 800x480 touchscreen but works from any computer with PD-Extended. Main features are: ability to edit all Goom synth params from the control surface except Sustain which you can feed into it from your MIDI controller with Sustain switch switch between MIDI channels and edit the channel patches separately - switching the channels will store the current edits into 'channel patch' and is saved within PD file store up to 256 different sounds/patches (16 banks x 1