SHTAR: The neck is marked, with neutral
intervals in brass and power chords in steel. 33 frets control
computer music, with heart transducer (sensing pressure) and bridge pickup. Two knobs aux Eurorack inputs. Three modes of production: acoustic; add computer music; multiply by computer music (stereo ring mod). USB interfaces to host as does the SHNTH. There is a red light.
The SHNTH, a computer music device by SHBOBO,
features the ARM Cortex 32 bit processor. It
connects via USB to host computer (windows, linux,
or macintosh) which may read its squish data, or program the standalone synthesizer in the computer music language, SHLISP. A switch enables internal
batteries; electronic sounds out a stereo-mini
jack. It is handtop: four bars on top feel your
fingers and two woven antennae below sense palm
flesh, complimented by a battery of buttons. There
are red lights.