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'''[http://zynthian.org Website] . [http://shop.zynthian.org Shop] . [https://discourse.zynthian.org Forum] . [http://blog.zynthian.org Blog] . [https://github.com/zynthian Github] . [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc9Tv__HdwQjPjKUd5mIhaw Youtube]'''
 
'''[http://zynthian.org Website] . [http://shop.zynthian.org Shop] . [https://discourse.zynthian.org Forum] . [http://blog.zynthian.org Blog] . [https://github.com/zynthian Github] . [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc9Tv__HdwQjPjKUd5mIhaw Youtube]'''
 
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Zynthian is an '''Open Synth Platform''': An Open Hardware device (currently based on Raspberry Pi) running ZynthianOS, a customized Linux distribution (currently Raspbian-based), specifically configured and adapted for audio synthesis & processing. ZynthianOS runs the physical UI (display + rotary encoders + switches), that allows you to create up to 16 sound layers (synthesis+processing audio chains) using a large collection of [[Zynthian_Supported_Synth_Engines|synthesis engines and audio-processing plugins]], most of them Free Software along with some commercial ones.  
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Zynthian is an '''Open Synth Platform''': An Open Hardware device (currently based on Raspberry Pi) running ZynthianOS, a customized Linux distribution (currently Raspbian-based), specifically configured and adapted for audio synthesis & processing. ZynthianOS runs the physical UI (display + rotary encoders + switches), that allows you to create up to 16 sound layers (synthesis+processing audio chains) using a large collection of [[Zynthian_Supported_Synth_Engines|synthesis engines and audio-processing plugins]], most of them Free Software along with some commercial ones.
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A freshly backed [[Using_ZynSeq|step sequencer]] is also available.  
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Building a ZynthianBox is not difficult and relatively inexpensive, varying from 100 to 300 €, depending on the chosen components. You can buy your kit in the [https://shop.zynthian.org/ Zynthian Shop] or build everything from scratch using the publicly available documentation.  
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Building a ZynthianBox is not difficult and relatively inexpensive, varying from 100 to 300 €, depending on the chosen components. You can buy your kit in the [https://shop.zynthian.org/ Zynthian Shop], or just some parts, or build everything from scratch using the publicly available documentation. You’ll be able to go from a [[Beginners_Headless_Zynthian_Tutorial|totaly headless system]] to an integrated instrument in some old midi keyboard.
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You can also try Zynthian’s software with only a Raspberry Pi, a HDMI display and an USB mouse.
    
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