This YouTube video describes how to make a music glove based on the BBC Micro:bit
. The Micro:bit can be programmed in Blocks
commands that can control MIDI instruments.
The MINI.MU Music Glove
founded the BBC radiographic workshop and composed electronic music. She developed a technique for created music and it named after her – Oramics.
was a musician and electronic music composer at the radiographic workshop. She is known for creating the Doctor Who theme. The BBC released a documentary on the Sculptress of Sound: The Lost Works of Delia Derbyshire
in 2010 and a short documentary The Delian Mode
was released the year before.
(or just Pd) is an open source visual programming
language for multimedia.
is a voice development board used to create IoT voice apps. The board is compatible with the Raspberry Pi and more information about it can be found in The MagPi Matrix Voice Review
is a platform for audio synthesis and algorithmic composition, used by musicians, artists, and researchers working with sound.
The Sister Moon
art project transmits voice and instruments at the moon and records the reflected signal. The project was developed by Marine Nicole Rojina and uses the Dwingeloo Radio Telescope
in the Netherlands.
is a new platform for open music hardware. It contains an ARM microprocessor and an Lattice ICE FPGA. Software can be developed using the Arduino IDE. A review of the board can be found at ycombinator
is a hacking, discovering, and sharing hardware event.
Vulpestruments has a blog
that describes how to connect the music glove to a MIDI controller.
The Music Glove on Computerphile