MATRIXSYNTH: New Controllers in 2018

Showing posts with label New Controllers in 2018. Show all posts
Showing posts with label New Controllers in 2018. Show all posts

Monday, December 10, 2018

Retroaktiv MPG-70 Random Tone Generator & Assign

Published on Dec 9, 2018 Retroaktiv Synthesizers

"In this video I'm using an MPG-70 to layer 3 randomly generated pads over, then I use the assignable controllers to animate the pad."

"MPG-70 is a 7U rackmountable/desktop controller for JX-10, JX-8P, and MKS-70 synthesizers. The MPG-70 features panel knobs and sliders to control all 44 original PG-800 parameters, plus all extra parameters added by the Vecoven firmware and PWM upgrades. (See for more info about the upgrade) The MPG-70 can control 2 JX synths at a time, and users can control each synth individually, or simultaneously.

Tuesday, December 04, 2018

New Dtronics DT-01 Controller for the Roland Boutique D-05, D-50, & D-550

A knob box for your Roland D-05, D-50, & D-550. On a personal note, I recently picked up a D-05 and was thinking about selling it due to the deep menu diving. That and there is no central editing per patch. The D-05 and D-50 are kind of like four synths in one - two "Partials" with an "Upper" and "Lower" voice each for a total of four sources that you edit independently. There is no central filter, no central envelopes, etc., so you are stuck menu diving to edit each part. Think of it like each oscillator having it's own full set of synth parameters - powerful, but a true pain to edit.  Yes you can get the hang of it, but there is no way to avoid the number of additional steps it takes to get to parameters.  This controller appears to solve that problem. It comes in at 299 euro which currently equates to about 339 USD. For those on a budget, Coffeeshopped makes an editor for Patch Base on the iPad.

Details via Dtronics:

"Dtronics DT-01 for Roland Boutique D-05/D-50/D-550

The Dtronics DT-01 is a hardware controller for the Roland Boutique D-05 and D-50 / D-550.

Dtronics DT-01 for Roland Boutique D-05 and D-50/D-550
The Dtronics DT-01 is a hardware controller for the Roland Boutique D-05 and D-50/D-550.
The DT-01 has almost the same dimensions as the Roland D-05.
The Dtronics DT-01 can also be operated according to the manufacturer on a vintage Roland D-50 / D-550
Almost every parameter of the Roland D-05 gets its own poti 12 keys and 56 pots are in a nice and solid desktop case.
Some pots are doubly assigned, but can be switched quickly and are very easy to read.
he potentiometers are also designed with color on the standard models to make it easier to read the regulator positions.

The selling price is expected around 299,- Euro.
The DT-01 will be available in August 2018."

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

PreSonus ATOM Controller Now Available

See this post for the demos and initial announcement. New press release on the... release follows. Street price is $149.95.

"Baton Rouge, Louisiana—November 2018... PreSonus®’ new ATOM pad controller is both a compact, dynamic performance controller and a versatile production controller. Produce beats, play virtual instruments, and trigger sound effects and loops in real time with unsurpassed expressiveness and flexibility using ATOM’s 16 full-size, velocity- and pressure-sensitive RGB pads with selectable pad velocity curves and pad pressure thresholds, 8 assignable pad banks, and other controls.

ATOM connects to a computer via USB and is compatible with most music software but it especially shines when used with the included Studio One® Artist production software for Mac® and Windows®. ATOM and Studio One integrate tightly to deliver a blazingly fast, professional-style workflow. When used with Studio One, ATOM enables you to browse virtual instruments and add them to your session, change instrument presets, create loop points and navigate the timeline, change song tempo, edit and quantize MIDI events, zoom in and out on the timeline or events, control Studio One’s transport, and more.

Along with the 16 RGB pads and 8 pad banks, you get 4 programmable rotary encoders and 20 assignable buttons, enabling you to navigate and set more parameters faster. MIDI Keyboard mode, Note Repeat mode, and Full Velocity mode enable you to custom control your instruments.

In addition to production applications, the velocity- and pressure-sensitive pads are great for playing virtual instruments live onstage. You can set up the pad banks for a full virtual drum set and perform beats and even play multiple ATOMs at once to put on an exciting live show.

A wealth of virtual instruments, loops, and drum kits are included with Studio One Artist. To further fuel your creativity, ATOM also comes with a carefully curated MVP Loops loop and one-shot library custom-designed for ATOM. More content is available from the online PreSonus Shop.

ATOM is available immediately for the U.S. street price of $149.95. For more information, please visit"

Sunday, November 04, 2018

Rava Yamana - The Ultimate VST-Synthesizer Midi Controller?

Published on Nov 4, 2018 Rava

"The Ultimate USB VST-Synthesizer Midi Controller called the 'Rava - Yamana'
Available as a (230€) DIY Kit and in a limited number ready to use. Check out the Indigogo capaign:"

"The Rava Yamana - A USB midi controller specifically made for VST-Synthesizers.
While most midi controllers are either designed in a one for all or mixer specific design, this midi controller is for VST-Synthesizers. It is aimed to allow the user to design sounds with analog-style VST-Synthesizers as close to hardware as possible.

DIY-Kit and limited number Ready-to-use devices
60 Knobs!
Analog Synth Style Front Panel helps you to build muscle-memory
Less screen, more sound
USB, class compliant, no drivers for Windows, Linux and Mac
Bus powered
Configurable via WebInterface - (if needed)
Easy to build
Based on Open Deck by Shantea Controls (included)
What We Need & What You Get
You get:

A DIY Kit with all necessary components
Complicated electronics are assembled (Open Deck Controller Board)
Step by Step Build Description Videos
VST-Synthesizer specific presets for the Rava Yamana downloads via website
Support Forum
Whats up to you:

200 Kits/pieces have to be sold to achieve this price. Share, share, share!
Soldering rotary encoders, potentiometers and connectors
Screwing stuff together, putting on knobs.
Sanding and oiling the wooden side pieces.
You need solder, a soldering iron and a variety of screw drivers.
No warranty, but our and community support on the build.

The Price
To make one controller costs about 500$. Only at a scale of 200 pieces can we lower the price to about half that. We would love to offer it even cheaper, but it is not possible without significant loss of quality. So many rotary knobs and encoders have their price, as well as the front panel, the circuit board etc. Nevertheless at about 4E per knob of this controller, it is not more expensive than other midi controllers..."

Thursday, October 11, 2018

nakedboards MIDI Controllers & Audio Effects

Someone asked what the slider box in junklight's recent video was. I checked with junklight and he said it was a naked boards mc-8. I realized I've never featured them on the site before, so here it goes! The currently have the following four products.

MC-8 is an easy to use MIDI controller. It is pretty much the quickest and the easiest way to produce and perform electronic music.
You just plug it in via USB and the faders immediately spring into life, giving you hands-on control of your grid, instruments, effects and mixer. You can assign these controls to whatever you like in music software.

Corresponding Software: Ableton Live, Apple Logic, Apple GarageBand, Steinberg Cubase, Max/MSP, NI Reaktor, Cakewalk SONAR, Avid Pro Tools, MOTU Digital Performer and other software that can be controlled by control change messages.

Supported OS: Mac OS X 10.4 or later, Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10, Linux 2.5 kernel or later

Dimensions 237x111x32 mm
Weight 620 g

99$ (+15$ worldwide shipping)

Akai Introduces MPK MINI PLAY with Built in Sounds For $129


New ultra-portable instrument is based on incredibly popular MPK Mini, but adds 128 built-in sounds and its own speaker, making it the perfect instrument to play anywhere

Cumberland, RI USA (October 11, 2018) — Akai Professional, a leading manufacturer of music equipment for performers and producers, today announced the Amazing Connections

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

New Novation SL MkIII Keyboard Controllers w/ Eight-Track Polyphonic Sequencing & CV/Gate

Published on Oct 10, 2018

Novation // SL MkIII Overview - NovationTV
Novation // SL MkIII - Performance - NovationTV
Novation // SL MkIII & Ableton Overview - NovationTV
Novation // SL MkIII & Hardware Overview - NovationTV
Novation // SL MKIII - Deep Dive - NovationTV
Novation SL MkIII Sequencer & MIDI keyboard - How good is it for synthesizer setups? - BoBeats
Exclusive: Novation SL MKIII MIDI Controller - Presentation - Sonicstate
Novation SL MkIII Review: Is it a gamechanging controller? (49SL MK3/61SL MK3) - loopop
Novation SL MkIII with Eurorack Modular Synths // Sequencer, keyboard & controller - DivKidVideo
Novation SL MkIII Controller Overview - Sound On Sound magazine

"MIDI and CV-equipped keyboard controller with eight-track sequencer

Novation today announces the next generation of SL keyboard controllers. SL MkIII is far from your typical keyboard controller. It’s an all sequencing, all dancing hub for all of your music-making tools. A centrepiece to connect, control and create with your entire setup. Computer or not. Create quickly and easily with your MIDI hardware and CV/Gate synths. Build your tracks in the eight-track polyphonic sequencer: everything in time; everything in key; every control at your fingertips.

Novation worked with Ableton® to create an unprecedented integration with Live™. SL MkIII truly pulls your sessions out of the box. The full colour LCD screens give you full visibility of your parameters, while the pads, buttons, eight faders and eight knobs get you hands-on with your music – and in any major music software, using InControl. Deep integrations with Logic® and Reason – plus HUI compatibility with Cubase, Pro Tools® and Reason – mean SL MkIII can follow you away from Ableton®, too.

SL MkIII boasts Novation's finest, most playable and expressive synth-style semi-weighted keybed, with a sprung action and Novation's highest scan rate, all tuned to the needs of the experienced player.

Key features

Absolute hardware control, taking total control directly from the internal eight-track polyphonic pattern-based sequencer

Easy integration with Ableton® Live™ or any other HUI-compatible DAW. Controlling software is made easy by recording productions from a studio centrepiece

Whether in the box or outside the box, the MIDI and analogue clock and transport controls keep everything running in time

Highly customisable mappings for hardware and software easily control everything

USB; MIDI In, Out, Out 2/Thru; three pedal inputs; Analogue Clock Out; and two CV Pitch, Gate, and Mod outputs can be used to route anything anywhere

SL MkIII's pads, buttons, eight faders and eight knobs take control of all major music software using InControl

The SL MkIII has an exceptionally high scan rate of 10kHz, giving the keyboard a huge dynamic range for expressive keyboard performance

SL MkIII's velocity-sensitive RGB pads have multiple functions: they can be used for launching clips, as steps in the sequencer, they are perfect for the finger drummer, and have polyphonic aftertouch

Components allows templates and sessions to be backed up and restored in the cloud, enabling access from anywhere in the world. All content can also be saved locally"

Sunday, October 07, 2018

Demo of a Dedicated DIY Hardware MIDI Controller for Turnado

Published on Oct 7, 2018 Liam Lacey

"A demo video of my DIY MIDI controller that's been developed as a dedicated hardware controller for the audio FX software plugin 'Turnado'.

The plugin is hosted in Ableton Live, and a Novation Launchpad controller is being used to trigger the audio loops. All audio samples are from my track 'My Favourite Fall' (released under the moniker 'Fatework').

For more information about the MIDI controller see"


DIY Hardware MIDI Controller for Turnado - Hackaday Prize 2018 Project

Published on Oct 21, 2018 Liam Lacey

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Introducing the Akai Fire Dedicated Hardware Controller for FL Studio

Published on Sep 27, 2018 AkaiProVideo

"The new Akai Professional Fire represents the first of its kind, a dedicated hardware controller for the FL Studio Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) platform. Created in close partnership with Image-Line, Fire is a high-performance tool designed to enhance the workflow and music-creating experience for all FL Studio producers."

U.S. retail for Fire is $199.99 Availability is September 27, 2018.

And the press release followed by pics:


New hardware product enhances production workflow, opens up new performance possibilities.

Cumberland, RI USA (September 27, 2018) — Akai Professional, a leading manufacturer of music equipment for performers and producers, today announced their newest product, the Akai Fire. Created in close collaboration with software manufacturer Image-Line, Fire finally gives FL Studio producers a dedicated hardware controller - designed to speed up the creative workflow and enhance the overall user experience. Released shortly after the successful launch of FL Studio 20, Fire celebrates the highly-anticipated arrival of FL Studio to the Mac OS platform, creating a completely new, hands-on way to interact with the popular DAW for PC and Mac users alike.

Featuring plug-and-play integration, at the heart of Fire is a 4x16 velocity-sensitive RGB pad matrix. Quickly input patterns on the Step Sequencer or switch over to Performance Mode for live playing and recording of notes and launching patterns. Bringing a tactile, mouse-free mixing solution to the FL Studio environment, Fire includes four banks of four touch-capacitive knobs, enabling the user to instantly see and adjust parameter values. This facilitates a more intuitive workflow, giving the ultimate control over channel, mixer and user-assignable parameters.

· Plug-and-play integration with FL Studio
· Quickly input patterns along the timeline in the step sequencer
· 4 x 16 Matrix of Velocity-Sensitive RGB Pads
· Expandable up to four units, creating the potential for an 8 x 32 Matrix
· Record notes in Performance mode
· Graphical OLED display
· 4 banks of assignable Touch-Capacitive Knobs
· Instantly navigate the Channel Rack, Browser, Tool Bar and Playlist windows
· Use dedicated controls to quickly browse audio and project files
· Dedicated Transport controls
· USB Bus Powered

Monday, September 17, 2018

New Touché SE - USB-only Version of the Touché for Soft Synths

Published on Sep 17, 2018

Touché SE : Play, Produce & Perform - Expressive E (music: Arthur Bouflet, produced by Noside)
Presentation: Touché SE from Expressive E - sonicstate
Expressive E Touché SE hates on Dawless™ - Carl Mikael's Cabinet of Curiosities
Update: Touche SE Unboxing - Enrique Martinez added to the playlist

"Expressive E, the company behind the innovative and unique expressive instrument Touché, are announcing Touché SE, a refined, USB-only version for software applications.

Touché​ ​SE (“Software Edition”) is a new instrument for adding expression, depth and musicality to software synthesizers and plug-ins. It responds to both the lightest and the most intense gestures, giving users immediate, intuitive control of their sounds. Musicians, producers and sound designers can unlock instant, real-time control of multiple parameters at once, creating complex and evolving new sounds using intuitive slides, taps and touches of the Touché SE control surface.

Touché SE shares the same build quality, patented mechanism and sound library as the classic Touché, refined with USB-only connectivity for software applications, and a new polycarbonate touch-plate. Expressive-E have expanded the sound library to include more than 200 factory sounds, pre-mapped to take full advantage of Touché SE’s extensive control capabilities, as well as including more than 200 presets for third-party VST instruments.
Additionally, Touché’s companion software Lié allows users to easily host and unlock the true potential of their third-party VST instrument library. Users can quickly map parameters to the Touché SE interface, creating sounds and performances with an expressive depth they may never have realised their software was capable of.

Touché SE retails at just 229$/€ and is available for orders worldwide starting Monday 17th of September 2018.

- A beautifully engineered hardware control instrument with a patented mechanism, capable of reacting to the slightest touch over multiple simultaneous axes of movement.
- Includes more than 200 professionally designed software instrument sounds, fully mapped and ready to play.
- Control multiple plug-in parameters at once, using intuitive gestures to produce extraordinary shifts in sound.
- Conveniently browse sounds using physical buttons on the hardware.
- Host your own third-party VST plug-in instruments and unlock hidden depths of expression. Over 200 presets for
popular VST software synthesizers are also included.
- Touché SE is USB bus-powered and compatible with both Mac and PC."

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

PreSonus ATOM Production and Performance Pad Controller

Published on Sep 10, 2018 PreSonus Audio Electronics

via PreSonus

"Produce beats, play virtual instruments, and trigger sound effects and loops with unsurpassed expressiveness and flexibility! Both a compact, dynamic performance controller and a tightly integrated production environment, PreSonus®’ ATOM pad controller and included Studio One® Artist production software let you create and perform with ease. The most versatile pad controller in its class, ATOM is compatible with most music software and lets you perform and produce with virtual instruments and trigger samples and loops in real-time, using 16 full-size, velocity- and pressure-sensitive RGB pads and 8 assignable pad banks.

Produce quickly and easily in a tightly integrated environment.
ATOM connects to your computer via USB and is compatible with most music production and performance software but it is absolutely amazing when used with PreSonus Studio One. ATOM and Studio One integrate tightly so you can create quickly and easily. Enjoy blazingly fast, professional-style workflow with ATOM’s navigation, editing, and loop-point-creation features and transport controls.

You’re in control.
ATOM puts you in control of your music production software. Trigger loops and effects and play virtual instruments with 16 full-size, velocity- and pressure-sensitive RGB pads. Eight assignable pad banks let you, for example, assign your entire virtual drum rack to each pad within each bank. MIDI Keyboard mode, Note Repeat mode, and Full Velocity mode enable you to custom control your instruments. And with 4 programmable rotary encoders and 20 assignable buttons, you can navigate and set more parameters faster.

Bring ATOM out to play for a stunning live show.
Sure, ATOM is a great production pad controller but it’s an instrument controller too. Use the velocity- and pressure-sensitive pads to play your virtual instruments live, with incredible expressiveness. Set up pad banks for a full virtual drum set and perform beats that will energize any crowd. Even play multiple ATOMs at once to put on an exciting live show.

Everything you need.
You’ll love ATOM’s expressive pads and flexible controls. Its tight integration with Studio One will open up your production environment and speed up your workflow, and you get a wealth of virtual instruments, loops, and drum kits with Studio One to fuel your creativity. But we wanted to give you more, so we worked with MVP Loops to deliver a carefully curated loop and one-shot library custom-designed for ATOM. Still not enough? You can buy even more content from the PreSonus Shop. Check out ATOM and Studio One at your favorite PreSonus dealer today!"

Sunday, September 09, 2018

KORG nanoSERIES2 | 10th Anniversary Limited Color Edition

Published on Sep 9, 2018 Korg

"Introducing limited-edition color models to commemorate ten years of the KORG nano series.

Since the appearance of the first KORG nano series in 2008, which brought new possibilities of “mobility” to USB-MIDI controllers for PC-based music production, these simple, portable controllers have continued to play a role in every musical scene from home studios to large stages. In commemoration of their tenth anniversary, KORG is happy to announce two vibrant color models that will stand out in any DAW-based or hardware-centric studio.

The blue and yellow model is perfect for use with “KORG Gadget,” KORG’s acclaimed DAW software for iOS/Mac. The orange and green model features a look popular DAW software used by electronic music producers. People who already use these software titles will be right at home on these colorful controllers, and they will also be of interest to beginners, since a generous bundle of software and discount coupons is included. This enables users to start producing music immediately, right out of the box.

Enjoy an ideal music production system with these limited-edition models of the nanoSERIES2 featuring color schemes that match your DAW."

Thursday, September 06, 2018

Native Instruments Introduces 9 New Products Including Machine Micro MK3

Published on Sep 6, 2018 Native Instruments

"Whether making beats from the bedroom, designing sound in the studio, or moving crowds on the main stage, music making is about getting your ideas out. Our biggest release ever features nine new products and three major platform updates designed to help you do just that."

For the Music in You – 9 New Products and 3 Updated Platforms
Introducing KOMPLETE 12 – For the Music in You | Native Instruments
Introducing the New TRAKTOR KONTROL S4 – For the Music in You | Native Instruments
Introducing the New MASCHINE MIKRO – For the Music in You | Native Instruments
Introducing KOMPLETE KONTROL A-Series – For the Music in You | Native Instruments
Introducing MASSIVE X – For the Music in You | Native Instruments
Introducing the New TRAKTOR KONTROL S2 – For the Music in You | Native Instruments
Introducing KONTAKT 6 – For the Music in You | Native Instruments
Introducing the New KOMPLETE KONTROL S88 – For the Music in You | Native Instruments

Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Experimental Electronic Instruments by Raul Alvarez

Currently on Kickstarter where you'll find additional details and some videos.

"The goal is to develop a catalog of experimental instruments in order to evolve the electronic music production scene. The project will deliver new ways to interact between digital, analog and the physical environment."

The campaign starts with four proposed devices: an analog mono synth, analog drum synth including eurorack modules, and envelop module, and a analog controller that is already developed. There are a few other prototype pics further below.

Some details on each starting with the Thundervolt MK1 analog mono synth:

"The second prototype, a monotone lead synth, is called 'Thundervolt MKI'. It features two oscillators, an Attack-Decay-Release envelope, a special one pole filter and several stages of distortion. The synthesizer is able to create sounds ranging from industrial and percussive sounds to harmonic bells, interplanetary pads and distorted basses - and numerous further electronic moods."

Thursday, June 21, 2018


Uploaded on Jun 21, 2018 Arturia

"Pioneering audio hardware and software creators Arturia are thrilled to unveil the latest generation of their legendary KeyLab MIDI controller line.

KeyLab MkII combines the comprehensive control of Arturia’s classic original KeyLab with the streamlined workflow and smart features of KeyLab Essential, while adding exciting new features and a new level of quality, expression, and luxury. KeyLab MkII is the must-have controller for professional music-makers.

KeyLab MkII combines the comprehensive control of Arturia’s classic original KeyLab with the streamlined workflow and smart features of KeyLab Essential, while adding exciting new features and a new level of quality, expression, and luxury. KeyLab MkII is the must-have controller for professional music-makers.

MIDI and USB compatible controller with recording software control thanks to the MCU/HUI protocol.

49 or 61 Arturia Pro-Feel semi-weighted keyboard with velocity and pressure sensitivity

Rugged aluminium chassis

Metal pitch bend and modulation wheels

4 CV outputs and 1 CV input for modular connectivity

DAW Commands with magnetic overlays

Thursday, June 14, 2018

New Stereoping Synth Programmer for Rhodes Chroma

Published on Jun 14, 2018 Stereoping

"Demo for the Stereoping Synth Programmer for the Rhodes Chroma (with CC+ Midi Interface). 3 rack units high, convertible from rackmount to desktop with optional Woodcheeks, 3.5 kg steelcase, 45 knobs, direct access to all parameters of the Chroma, clear text values on display for Patch Modes, Waveforms, Modulation sources and others. This quick demo is not that comprehensive, i just wanted to record at least something before the owner of the Chroma gets his Synth back. The Video contains two parts of turning knobs while some sequences of the MPC1000 are sending Midi notes to the Chroma. The first clip covers the basics, the second is about the 'Relative' Mode which allows keeping value intervals between Channel A and B for tuning and time relevant parameters."

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Mark & Nyle Steiner - NuEVI from Berglund Instruments - Day One

Published on May 31, 2018 Mark Steiner

"Nyle Steiner, virtuoso and inventor of the EVI, day one with the NuEVI. Video of his first in-person impressions, testing and lots of playing. Nyle has given his full blessing to this great instrument's creation and has assisted as an official consultant.

It was a special and legendary experience to recently deliver to Nyle his own NuEVI... which came all the way from the brilliant programmer/designer/musician, Johan Berglund in Sweden.

We talked, tested and explored, and playing the instrument was so engaging, we kept getting distracted and just enjoyed the music... so there is a lot to see and hear. The date was 5/23/2018.

Thank you, Steve Anderson for starting the 'Save the EVI' movement and to Johan Berglund for creating this amazing instrument... the NuEVI."

My 1st NuEVI Demo - Mark Steiner

Published on May 23, 2018 Mark Steiner

"Berglund Instruments NuEVI demo with built in midi rotator. All sounds are digial instruments in Logic. Analog and modular demo soon to come. Endless thanks to Nyle Steiner, Johan Berglund, Steve Anderson, James Ingenito, and Robo Sax. For updates and to be on the waiting list, please email Please help us keep the EVI from becoming extinct by telling your trumpet player friends... and why not... even tuba, euphonium, French horn... or anyone who just wants to play one of the most amazing instruments to recently emerge on Earth."

Thursday, May 10, 2018

New ‘Grid’ Modular MIDI Controllers At Superbooth

Published on May 10, 2018 Synthtopia

"At Superbooth 2018, Budapest-based Intech Studio introduced Grid, a new system of modular MIDI controllers."

Monday, May 07, 2018

Holonic Systems Holon - Superbooth 2018

Published on May 7, 2018 Sound On Sound magazine

"Described as a biomechanical controller for your modular, Holon was born out of a desire to see more exciting electronic music performances."

Friday, May 04, 2018

Chair Audio - Haptic Vibration Based Hardware Instrument at SUPERBOOTH18

Chair Audio - Gear Guide - Super Booth 2018

Published on May 4, 2018 FACTmagazine

Stand alone and eurorack as seen below.


"Our mission is to make sounds tangible. That's why we are developing instruments with haptic interfaces for electronic sound - both analog and software synthesis. Our Instruments have excitable surfaces that you can scratch, hit or bow. A developer edition of our first product will be presented at Superbooth: Digital sound designers can get touch information and vibration via USB. For analog synthesis it can output CV for x, y, gate and additionally the vibration signal."



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