This gum-sized microcomputer can code all of your musical instruments

Electrosmith has launched Daisy, a gum-sized microcomputer for all your musical coding purposes.

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Published Fri, Feb 28 2020 12:36 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:44 AM CST

Introducing Daisy, the tiny microcomputer that sports all of the necessary equipment for coding your musical instruments.

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The company behind this little device is Electrosmith, and according to their announcement, Daisy comes with the following features. Two channels of line-level audio, MIDI connectivity, an in-built micro USB port, 64MB of SDRAM, and latency under 1ms. It doesn't stop there though; Daisy also comes with programming languages such as C++, Arduino, Max/MSP, and Pure Data.

At the moment, Daisy is available on Kickstarter and comes in at the cost of $29, which I think is a damn good price considering all the features that come with it. If you are interested in checking out the other things that Daisy can do, head on over to the Kickstarter page here. On a side note, Electrosmith also believes that Daisy would be a great addition to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) research and education. Quite a nifty little device Electrosmith, fantastic work!

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