MATRIXSYNTH: Instruments Of Things

Showing posts with label Instruments Of Things. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Instruments Of Things. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

SOMI-1 x FMKF collective

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"Dana Pajarillaga and Daniel Asamoah from FMKF collective by Franka Marlene Foth. The dancers control nature-like ambient sounds by their movements via our SOMI-1 wearables."

Sunday, September 19, 2021

Instruments of Things SOMI-1 – The Sound of Me on Kickstarter

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"SOMI-1 is now live on Kickstarter with 40% discount for the first 50 units!"

"Make your movements audible and become music yourself with the SOMI-1 motion sensor wearables for sound control.

SOMI-1 is a highly precise sensor technology that measures movement and transforms it into sound in real-time. The Bluetooth® sensors can be worn as wearables on the wrists and ankles, turning the user into an instrument.

Create Sound Via Movement

8 different movement parameters per sensor
Easy usage, no need of musical or technical pre-knowledge
Smartphone app as sound source
Connectivity to music software & hardware as sound source
Hub with MIDI interface (USB & TRS)
Wireless via Bluetooth® 5
Up to 6 sensors simultaneously

Each SOMI-1 sensor provides eight different motion parameters that can be used independently to control or trigger sound. The sound can either be generated via the SOMI-1 smartphone app, which offers several different sound presets, or by any instrument or music software that is compatible with MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) – for example Ableton Live. The motion data of the SOMI-1 sensors is received wirelessly via Bluetooth® 5 by the SOMI-1 hub, that connects to your sound source via USB or TRS-MIDI. Up to six sensors can be used simultaneously with a single SOMI-1 hub to create incredible soundscapes and allow multiple artists to operate together."

You can find additional details at the SOMI-1 Kickstarter.

Sunday, December 20, 2020

IO-Lights Demo

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"IO-Lights is really easy to use. Just plug it to your computer or smartphone via USB and start playing MIDI notes. For control change message, switch to MIDI-CC mode and map some parameters. You want to connect IO-Lights to your hardware synthesizer? Then simply use an additional USB MIDI host (e.g. your computer). Have fun!"

See this post for additional info.

Friday, May 17, 2019

Instruments Of Things Intros Eurorack Sensor Interface

Published on May 17, 2019 Synthtopia

"At Superbooth 2019, Instruments Of Things introduced a new Eurorack Sensor Interface, designed to allow new types of interactions with modular synthesizers."

First post to feature Instruments Of Things.

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