If you haven't already seen LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER's original Synth Bike videos then we definitely suggest checking them out.
We were so intrigued by the concept and also how you go about building a synth bike that we just had to go and check out it out for ourselves.
In this video we got to see the component parts of the synth bike and how they all work together in perfect harmony... Basically built on a load of Arduino Nano's the bike has a wavetable bass synth with analogue filter and delay and a drum sequencer.
The synth is played by two 8-step sequencers, which have various different modes of operation and the drum sequencer is played by bashing in your rhythms on an arcade button.
Now we know this is isn't a finished product, but we just loved the idea of something this insane!
If you want to check out the Synth Bike yourself then get down to Bethnal Green, Crypts, London this Saturday 10th December.
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