The SquishBox is a MIDI sound module in a stompbox powered by a Raspberry Pi. It uses fluidsynth to produce sound, which means you can add or create whatever soundfonts you want. Plug a MIDI controller or four into the USB ports, connect an amp to the 1/4″ stereo outputs, and you’re ready to rock.


This is a simple, inexpensive USB MIDI foot controller. It sends batches of different MIDI messages when you press or release the switch that you can map to whatever you need in your sound module or DAW, giving you that extra bit of control when you need it.


An 8-bit digital stompbox. Like its analog cousin, it lets you tap out a rhythm. Unlike a wooden stompbox, it can also play handclaps, simple drum patterns, and video game sounds.