Jean-Baptiste Lévêque

The Loopcard is a DIY looper for people fond of broken, warbly sounds. Based of simple components, it can create loops of any sounds with its built-in microphone and stretch them with a light sensor or potentiometer. All resources are open source and available online. The Loopcard does not need any programming and can be built in a afternoon. To learn more and pre-order:

Jean-Baptiste Lévêque is a musician, sound artist and educator from Angers, France. He runs workshops on weird instruments making, crude electronics and collective sound creations for all ages and backgrounds. He makes interactive sound installations from imperfect and obsolete technologies.

He performs and release music under the name Zalhietzli and has run the label Zugzwang Press since 2011.