Download setup files and manual for the GeoSynth Euorack module, an itterative geometric synthesizer based on Processing.
Below is the history of the project and were it started.
Itterative geometric synthesizer
This project started in Jun 2013 as I was diving deeper into Generative design with Grasshopper and it's visual programming interface I realized how close the logic was to the modular Synthesizer I started to build. In Grasshopper you are building complex systems by patching different types of nodes, with a modular synth you do exactly the same thing by patching modules that have a specific function to achieve really complex patches that can evolve over time as you can adjust parameters, repatch and tune your system.
Analog synthesizers use control voltage to transmit signals so the idea was to read those CV signal and send them to Grasshopper. Andy Payne released a few years ago a Plugin called Firefly that allows you to interface grasshopper with the real world through the Arduino Microcontroller.
I started to build a first controller box around an ArduinoMega that will included 4 CV Imput + 1 Clock Imput as well as 10 switches and 10 potentiometers to be able in live to adjust/trigger different parts of the geometric patch. With this setup every single variable/parameter within the generative modeling environment can be assigned to a CV, a switch or a Potentiometer.
This Visionary system is meant to be a collaborative experience between performers.
The complexity of the patch you can build is only limited to ones level of understanding of Grasshopper, every single variable, parameter can be linked to a CV signal, a switch or a pot. The Geometry synth is also really powerful in making you understand modular synth as you can start to visualize the cv and how each module affects them, one of the best examples is by patching a regular polygon to an ADSR and playing with the Attack/Delay/Sustain/Release.
INSTAGRAM Picture & video of Live sets
This page will get updated as the project advances and evolves.