So now my voice changer works, but I want to do a voice changer with another medium: OpenFrameworks with Raspberry Pi.
After spending hours googling possible ways to do it, I found a pitch detection wrote by Yonas on oF forum which runs exactly how I want to. Trying to understand the code, I realised it is written in old oF functions which there is no documentation on it. (Ok, so I’m still working on it)
Since I wanted to use Raspberry Pi with oF, I have been spending more days on Pi. It hasn’t been a smooth path with this love-hate relationship from my Pi.
After spending more time at DT here at Parsons developing a great scope of design and technology projects, I have finally decided to dedicate a portion of my blog to share my experience tackling with all these technological issues which I newly approach since this late July.
The first experience I would like to share with you is my first Arduino project, still deciding on the name but we will call it Yellow Harmonica for now.
I have always loved the work from OK Go.
They have a recent music video release for their latest song “I Won’t Let You Down“.
Sarcastically, the video has let me down.