The Mune Digital Instrument Is Designed For Live Performance (Sneak Preview)

The Mune is a new MIDI controller, designed to be used as an expressive live performance instrument for electronic music. Unlike many controllers, the Mune can be held by the performer to face the audience, allowing the audience to see what you are doing. And built-in wireless support lets you step away from your computer. Here’s… Read More The Mune Digital Instrument Is Designed For Live Performance (Sneak Preview)

Yeco Offers A New Way To Control Ableton Live

ScreenForge has launched with a new version of Yeco – a multi-touch controller for Ableton Live that runs on both Windows and Mac. It was formerly available via developer Graham Comerford, who, with designer Martin Reilly, founded ScreenForge. Yeco is a full-featured multi-touch controller for Live. It offers access to Live’s device controls, plus an extensive range… Read More Yeco Offers A New Way To Control Ableton Live

Data Garden Announces Batch Of MIDI Sprout Devices

The arts collective Data Garden has announced that they have 60 of their MIDI Sprout devices, MIDI interfaces for plant biodata sonification, that they will make available on May 22nd, 2016. The MIDI Sprout was originally produced via a Kickstarter project. Here’s how the MIDI Sprout works:

McDonalds Intros DJ Controller Placemats, Because – Wait For It – You Deserve A Break Today

The Netherlands are known for a lot of things: tulips, windmills, canals, Old Masters, space cakes and, of course, wooden shoes. Now, McDonalds in The Netherlands is adding something new to the list – DJ placemats: The McTrax, above, looks like a regular placemat, but it’s also a DJ controller, printed with conductive ink. You… Read More McDonalds Intros DJ Controller Placemats, Because – Wait For It – You Deserve A Break Today