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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), specially 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, using a large collection of [[Zynthian_Supported_Synth_Engines|synthesis engines and audio-processing plugins]], most of them Free Software, but also 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, 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.  
  
 
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 Zynthian Shop or build everything from scratch using the publicly available documentation.  
 
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 Zynthian Shop or build everything from scratch using the publicly available documentation.  

Latest revision as of 16:04, 13 January 2020

NOTE: Registering new users has been disabled for security/spam reasons. If you want to contribute to this Wiki, please ask in the forum.

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, using a large collection of synthesis engines and audio-processing plugins, most of them Free Software along with some commercial ones.

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 Zynthian Shop or build everything from scratch using the publicly available documentation.


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19 February 2020

     22:26  Zynthian Sound Demos‎ (diff | hist) . . (+386). . Jofemodo (Talk | contribs) (Multi-Timbral / Multi-Layer Demos)

17 February 2020

     19:23  Zynthian Sound Demos‎ (diff | hist) . . (+1,027). . Jofemodo (Talk | contribs) (Dexed (Yamaha DX7 Emmulator))

6 February 2020

     13:41  Zynthian Sound Demos‎ (diff | hist) . . (+341). . Jofemodo (Talk | contribs) (ZynAddSubFX (Additive + Substractive + Pad Synthesis with Effects))

5 February 2020

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4 February 2020

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2 February 2020

     10:49  Zynthian UI Users Guide‎ (diff | hist) . . (+63). . Jofemodo (Talk | contribs) (Mixer)

30 January 2020

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24 January 2020

     19:19  Zynthian Media References‎ (diff | hist) . . (+149). . Jofemodo (Talk | contribs) (French)

20 January 2020

     14:19 (User creation log) . . User account Ganesha (Talk | contribs) was created by Jofemodo (Talk | contribs)

16 January 2020

     16:38  Zynthian Sound Demos‎‎ (2 changes | history) . . (-44). . [Jofemodo‎ (2×)]
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