[Hardware] ~Instruments that use GNU/Linux

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[Hardware] ~Instruments that use GNU/Linux

Postby khz » Tue Apr 30, 2019 3:52 pm

I just discovered this module through an incident. Percussa - Super Signal Processor (SSP) https://www.percussa.com/
This is a GNU/Linux under GNU Affero General Public License v3.0. https://github.com/percussa/ssp-sdk/blob/master/LICENSE
I find it funny, though not cheap. ;-)

Do you know any other modules or ~instruments that use GNU/Linux?
  • Hartmann Neuron
  • Korg Kronos
  • Korg Oasys
  • Lionstracs
  • MOD Devices Duo (X)
  • Yamaha Motif XS
  • ...
?
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Re: [Hardware] ~Instruments that use GNU/Linux

Postby glowrak guy » Thu May 02, 2019 2:35 am

I think some of the Roli gear uses embedded linux,
and saw Omenie Synths on google.
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Re: [Hardware] ~Instruments that use GNU/Linux

Postby khz » Tue May 14, 2019 12:28 pm

Nonlinear Labs C15 (Only the MIDI control is GNU/Linux.)
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