C-Thru Music, creator of a line of innovative MIDI controllers based on a hexagonal grid and harmonic principals, has announced that it is shutting down its store at the end of January 2015.
The velocity-sensitive MIDI controllers use a unique key arrangement that means that chords and scales have the same fingering in all keys. For some musicians, this makes it easier to explore new chord progressions and performance, because every chord has a corresponding consistent geometric shape.
Here’s an example of their Axis 49 controller in action:
According to the company, the maintaining a corporation with all the associated costs isn’t economically viable.
Because of this, they are selling their remaining inventory at up to 50% off. See the C-Thru Music site for details.