Developers Bartosz Kowalski & Joseph Chehade have introduced umidi – a new MIDI controller that’s completely customizable.
Using a web-based interface, you can change the types of knobs, lights, switches and sliders on the controller, customize the colors and add designs. The components are high-end, and the case is CNC’d from a solid block of aluminum, which is then bead blasted and anodized. You can even customize the shapes and colors of the lighting around your controls.
“Our goal is not to compete with mass produced products,” developer Joseph Chehade told Synthtopia. “We designed the umidi with no compromises on quality, structure of materials and components. That’s why each controller is made from a single block of aluminum, less than 1 inch thick and uses only the best components.”
“Each controller is unique, and hand built/tested by us,” adds Chehade. Continue reading