2019-09-25 (W) PillarGame

There will be a hackathon in approximately one month where the PillarGame hardware will be transformed from an overbuilt clock to a game. For that, there was a team in charge of taking my project and making it into something amazing. The equipment was heavy, so we met at my place for a session where the goal was to establish communication with the table-mounted hardware from a RaspberryPi. It took most of the evening, but we got responses from live keyboard input.
Team meeting

My task during the hackathon will be sound so my assistant and I began searching for interesting and useful sound effects with a MIDI keyboard and sound module. The plan is to sketch out all the desired instruments and their behavior as a player moves through the game. It should sound calm and relaxing at the beginning and progress to nerve-wracking sound toward the end.
Deputy music director and her human

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