By Giuseppe Acito


Toa Mata Band is back: the 4th episode is here!

Toa Mata Band is known as the World’s first LEGO robotic band controlled by Arduino Uno, which is hooked up to a MIDI sequencer. In this video (the fourth episode) the robots are playing another tribute, this time to the coolest electronic music duo ever.

The musical gears and apps used in this episode are: Ableton Push\Live, Arduino Uno,Fender Jazz Bass, Finger BassLine, Coron Drum, Korg DS10, Nintendo DS,Boss HC-2,Moog Animoog.

The performance was recorded live in July 2015.


Artwork: Giuseppe Acito

Camera: Giulio Masieri
Music: de Homem-Christo\Bangalter (Daft Punk)
Performed: Toa Mata Band

:: Booking:……………

This video is only a showcase of my works, it’s not for commercial

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Myo Armband controller

Take control of video and music playback, fly drones, deliver presentations, play games, and much more. Myo is a gesture control armband that works out of the box with things you already have like your Mac, Windows PC, iOS, and Android devices.

A shield for DJs

Japanese Dm9Records
make a DJ controller shield kit for pcdj play.
This project is OpensourceHardware for Arduino.
more infomation at:

The Arduino Guitar

A guitar generate MIDI controll change based on Arduino Uno platform and accelerometer

Cymatic SoundScapes from the 60’s

The film footage seen here is from experiments performed by Swiss scientist, Dr. Hans Jenny in the 1960s. More of his experiments have been compiled into a 60-minute DVD called Cymatic SoundScapes: Bringing Matter to Life with Sound, available through the publisher at

Cymatics is the study of visible sound and vibration, a subset of modal phenomena. Typically the surface of a plate, diaphragm, or membrane is vibrated, and regions of maximum and minimum displacement are made visible in a thin coating of particles, paste, or liquid. Different patterns emerge in the exitatory medium depending on the geometry of the plate and the driving frequency. The apparatus employed can be simple, such as a Chladni Plate or advanced such as the CymaScope, a laboratory instrument that makes visible the inherent geometries within sound and music.

Add Tuna Knobs to your tablet

Tuna knobs are control knobs that stick to any touchscreen and let you control DJ and music making apps like you would with dedicated music hardware. Tuna Knobs are designed to give you the tactile precision you need when making music, while giving you the versatility of mobile applications.

Toa Mata Band Live in Prague

In November 2014 the Toa Mata Band was guest of  Cafe Neu Romance, the World’s first international robot performance festival (part of European Robotics Week 2014) in Prague where I did some audio\video live recording while performing. Here the first 2 episodes extracted from that sessions, part of a  video-series in progress. Enjoy!

For more info about the tour date take a look to my profile on Bandsintown


PYRAMID: stand alone step-sequencer promises

Pyramid is fully polyrhythmic. This means that you can set different and unusual time signatures on each track, to create shifted-beat sequences. Polyrhythmic constructions will bring new flavours to your productions. You can set a track with a 4/4 standard signature, and for the other tracks 5/4, 6/8, 15/8… The direct access button enables you to change the left and right numbers without limitation. It’s an incredible and easy way to add complexity to your songs!

Pyramid offers one algorithmic euclidean sequencer engine per track, auto generating uncommon and rich rhythmic patterns.
Change the number of total steps, the number of filled steps, the step width, rotate the pattern, all of this on the fly. The displayed euclidean circle helps you to visualize the pattern.

Here  the pre-order and info.

Oplab by Teenage engineering overview

This video gives you a basic overview of the Oplab musical experiment board.
It shows names of all the available ports and illustrates a few basic ways to use Oplab.
Click the video to play. Enjoy!