Elliott’s interests sit at the intersection between new media and sound art. Through initiatives such as the Soundhackers Meetup and Sound Spaghetti, he brings awareness to the importance of sound in our everyday lives. He envisions a future where the tools of creative expression are accessible to everyone.



Sound Spaghetti

Sound Spaghetti was created to help younger audiences learn about the fundamentals of synthesis by encouraging free play. Using a tactile interface, users experiment by plugging in various waveforms and seeing how these combinations change the shape on the oscilloscope. To get started, make a connection with the larger cable (or spaghetti) which activates your oscillator. This should sound like a basic tone. From there you can modify the tone using LFOs (represented by the smaller plugs). You can make it sound more exciting by exploring the different combinations in front of you.

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