Stompbox 2.0, 2020.
The Stompbox 2.0 is a small device that uses an ESP32 micro-controller to handle input from up to 18 keyboard pedals. It is made to be used in a concert setting, where pedals can be used to trigger and control musical events during a live performance. After being configured, the Stompbox sends the output of the pedals to your computer, allowing you to control any parameter you wish, be it sound, lights, or more. It is Wi-Fi enabled and has a small LCD screen.
In the Music Department, Luke studies vocal performance and is a member and officer of UC Berkeley’s Chamber Chorus. Through taking courses at CNMAT, he has found a passion for making software tools that aid composers in making music, which he hopes to continue with after graduation.