Developer Alexander Nowak has updated Launch Buttons, a virtual MIDI grid controller, to add compatibility for iOS 6 and 7.
When Nowak originally introduced Launch Buttons for iOS and Android, it was only compatible with iOS 8. Now he’s updated it, for increased compatibility, based on user requests.
Developer Patchworks has released a major update to Conductr, their Ableton Live controller app. The update adds a ‘smart’ MIDI keyboard controller and more.
Conductr was previously focused on live performance control of Live. With this update, Conductr is introducing more production-orient features, with the addition of the Claydr keyboard module. Continue reading
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
The Hornberg Research HB1 MIDI Breath Station is a new MIDI controller that lets you add expression to electronic instrument with MIDI support.
The HB1 is designed to be a professional breath controller, going beyond the possibilities of previous designs. It offers control over 9 parameters (including Drive, Attack< Release, Limit, MIDI CC & more) and allows for 25 presets.
It offers standard MIDI and USB-ports, so the HB1 functions with or without a computer.
Here’s what they have to say about the HB1 MIDI Breath Station: Continue reading
At the 2014 NAMM Show, Aerodrums introduced the Aerodrums Air Drumming Percussion Instrument – a motion capture controlled virtual instrument.
The key advantage are portability and silent operation. It also lets you create custom drum kits, using your own samples, so it could be used in creative ways to trigger any type of sounds.
Aerodrums runs on your computer and captures your drumming ‘intent’ by watching you drum through a high speed camera. The computer translates this into control of a virtual drum set. Continue reading
CopperLan is a high-definition next generation music protocol that dramatically facilitates networked device communication and mapping.
With this release, you can now also configure per-axis boundaries with minimal and maximal limits. This allow you to reduce the travel distance if you want to perform smaller gestures and also to create ‘dead zones’ around the center where no data will be sent.
Here’s what’s new in version 1.1 vs the original release: Continue reading