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Published on Apr 26, 2015
A Raspberry Pi (1st generation, model B+) with 99p USB audio interface and Novation LaunchKey 25 executes a single instance of the PIANA Virtual Analog synth, demonstrating oscillator hard sync, filter cutoff and resonance manipulation, and reverb and stereo delay. The Pi can execute 7 of these synths at the same time, with 4 stereo delays and a global reverb. This is running the 'Moogy' filter, rather than the 'Hal Chamberlin' filter, so is smoother in tone and is more aggressive rolling off the highs than the Chamberlin.