New Pi-powered hardware polysynth from down under

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New Pi-powered hardware polysynth from down under

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Here's Australia's new NINA motorized polysynth, at Anaheim NAMM, and it's powered by a raspberry pi.

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Interesting stuff indeed, but I suspect it is not going to be cheap
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I've seen the NINA posted around some places but I wasn't aware of the Pi connection!
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