Jail- free programmable music synthesizer for Cx programmer is a programmable device that allows music synthesizers to be controlled remotely.
It is an interesting and a highly interesting project, says CTO Rahul Narayan, founder of Narayan Music.
“I think there are some great applications in music production and production of visual arts.
And this is an area that has really taken off in India,” he said.”
This is a technology that has to be built and I am not sure if it is going to be in India.
But there are a lot of music producers and artists that are using this technology for visual arts and art performance.”
It is a fascinating product that will be used in many industries.
“In terms of the technology, Narayan says it is based on a sound card that was developed by SoundCard, a sound chip company in India that also produces a lot more affordable high-end chips.”
We designed this for musicians to make music,” he added.”
In fact, the device is powered by the music synthesiser, which is connected to the CX programmable keyboard.
“The device consists of a black PCB, an audio jack, a keyboard, a MIDI jack, and a headphone jack.
The device is based off the Cylance, which was first introduced in 2013. “
The frequency response is controlled by a MIDI signal,” Narayan said.
The device is based off the Cylance, which was first introduced in 2013.
Cylances have been around for a while, but Narayan believes that this is the first real Cylone.
“You need a lot better sensors for the sound, so that the instrument can react,” he told The Hindu.
“That is why we have designed a lot smarter sensors.
It also comes with an audio-to-speech interface.
This is the way we want to connect the device to the instrument.”
The Cylence is a piece of hardware that is made of plastic and metal.
Narayan added that the device can be used to produce music.
“Our music producers will be able to do things like produce music by just plugging this into their computer, or the computer will send it to an amplifier, and then the music will be produced by just playing the instrument,” he explained.
“So this is something that is going for the mainstream.”
Music producer Amit Agarwal, a veteran of the industry, said that he has used the device.
“As soon as we received it, I was amazed at the sound,” he shared.
“We can record music anywhere in the world.”
This project, which started out as a Kickstarter campaign, is funded by Narayan and NarayanMusic.
A crowdfunding campaign will be launched later this year.
“Cx is going global, so we are hoping to bring this technology to the rest of the world,” Narayas COO, Rahul Narayans CEO, added.