Luminth: Plug it in. Make music.

The Luminth Generative Music System is available for purchase on Kickstarter.com from now until June 13, 2013.

Click, turn, push+turn. Use the Luminth to generate melodies, percussive grooves, and ambient soundscapes. Make dramatic changes to the music with a single click. Dive deeper to make refined, subtle adjustments. Or let the software work autonomously to create music that morphs over time.

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The Luminth is the new product from NTHSynth, a collaboration between Kevin Holland (sineqube.com) and John Staskevich (highlyliquid.com).

Luminth Kickstarter Launches Thursday, May 16, 2013

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The Luminth is a minimalist USB control peripheral. To use the Luminth, simply click, turn, and push+turn. The Luminth changes color with the music.

Luminth Orbiter is a generative music software application. Make dramatic changes to the music with a single click. Dive deeper to make refined, subtle adjustments. Or, let Orbiter work autonomously to create music that morphs over time.

The Luminth is the best way to control Luminth Orbiter software, but Orbiter is fully functional with or without the Luminth.

The Luminth and Luminth Orbiter will be available for purchase at 12:01AM EST on Thursday, May 16. Check nthsynth.com on Thursday for a link to the Kickstarter project page and purchasing information.

NTH Music Synthesizer Available Now at Kickstarter.com

The NTH is a fun-to-use, sonically-rich, hackable music synthesizer.  It features digital oscillators, an analog low-pass filter, an integrated step sequencer, MIDI I/O, and simple, intuitive controls.

NTH Music Synthesizer

The NTH is available for purchase from February 2, 2012 to March 1, 2012 via Kickstarter:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/holland/nth-music-synthesizer

Upon successful funding, production of the NTH will begin and the entire design will be open-sourced.

Audio examples, product photos, and additional documentation can be found at the NTH website:

http://nthsynth.com/

The NTH was designed by Kevin Holland (sineqube.com) and John Staskevich (highlyliquid.com).