Software developer Geert Bevin shared an update on the state of the Roger Linn LinnStrument, Linn’s new polyphonic multitouch controller instrument.
He notes that version 1.0 of the LinnStrument firmware is close to being finalized, and that several new features have been added:
Livid Instruments has just released a short introductory video for their new DS1, a portable MIDI mixer for computer-based mixing, production, and performance.
TKFX – a dedicated Traktor Dj Effects controller for iPad – is now available as a ‘freemium’ download.
Here’s what they have to say about it: Continue reading
Mixvibes has updated Cross DJ for Android, adding support for the Mixvibes U-Mix Control-Pro hardware controller and more.
Here’s what’s new in Cross DJ for Android v 1.5: Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Jason Hou performing using the nu desine AlphaSphere.
Reloop has introduced Neon – a powerful pad controller for Serato DJ.
The Neon features 8 low-latency and touch-sensitive RGB drum pads, with aftertouch, designed for triggering samples, cues, loops and effects. A new FLIP mode allows you to record and play back your own remixes or cue trigger sequences on the fly Continue reading
Today Keith McMillen Instruments announced their new 12 Step Version 2, the chromatic “keyboard controller for your feet.”
With an entirely redesigned Editor Software and new user interface, the 12 Step Version 2 is faster and easier to use than its previous incarnation. Additionally, the 12 Step Version 2 Firmware allows for many advanced features (see below). KMI has eight new tutorial videos and new templates for software (like Ableton Live) as well.
AG-KW has released a second series of their OKTAKONTROL controller for the Elektron OctaTrack sampler.
The OKTAKONTROL is a custom MIDI Controller for the OctaTrack. The Oktakontrol is designed to fit perfectly with the Octatrack. It is the same width & height and its sockets are at the side panel, so you can place both machines directly next each other. It offers 8 high-precision faders and 9 buttons to control the tracks on the Octatrack
Here’s the official intro video, featuring Prof. Okto von P: Continue reading