Developer Samuele Cornell let us know about a new project that he’s developed, an open source DIN MIDI to Bluetooth MIDI adapter.… Read More Open Source DIN MIDI To Bluetooth MIDI Adapter
Mouse On Mars (Jan St. Werner and Andi Toma) have released a a preview of their new EP, Lichter, that features music created for electroacoustic MIDI robots.… Read More Mouse On Mars New EP, ‘Lichter’, Features Electroacoustic MIDI Robots
The controllers offer custom integration with Bitwig, Cubase, Digital Performer, FL Studio, GarageBand, Logic, Nuendo, Reaper, Reason, Sonar and Studio One. … Read More Nektar Intros Impact LX49+ & LX61+ Keyboard Controllers
Engineer & musician Nebojsa Petrovic (n3bsvid) shared this video demo for ‘Jack & Jill’ – a two-channel MIDI note generator. “This is an overview and demo of a little project I completed recently called ‘Jack & Jill’,” says Petrovic. “It’s a hardware 2 channel improvisor and MIDI note generator quantized to musical scales.”
Jesse Rutherford of Bent-Tronics shared this video tutorial on how to make a cheap MIDI activity light.
The MIDI Association, a free global community for MIDI users, has announced that it has made the MIDI 1.0 specifications available as free downloads. The MIDI 1.0 Detailed Specification is an important resource for developers and anyone else that needs to know the technical details of MIDI. The document includes sections on: MIDI 1.0 (Electrical Specification and Protocol) General… Read More MIDI Association Makes MIDI 1.0 Specifications Available As Free Downloads
Developer Georgi Dianov has launched a Kickstarter project to fund the projection of The MIDI Thing – a wireless bridge that’s designed to bring MIDI over Bluetooth to standard MIDI hardware. The MIDI Thing (TMT) is a bridge device that wirelessly connects your hadware MIDI instruments to your Mac or iOS device. Dianov says that it’s… Read More The MIDI Thing Brings MIDI Over Bluetooth Wireless To Hardware Instruments
Developer Tamas Nagy, the founder of Imimot Software, let us know about Vezér – an OS X app that’s designed for control and synchronization of MIDI, OSC or DMX enabled environments, using timeline-based automation. Vezér lets you create projects that combine audio playback and basic audio routing with MIDI, OSC or DMX. It can also handle realtime MIDI/OSC/DMX data recording during playback. The… Read More Vezér – A MIDI/OSC/DMX Timeline & Control App For Multimedia Artists