Audiowerkstatt has introduced MIDI Clock Shifter – a hardware controller that lets you move your MIDI-slave as many MIDI-clock-ticks as you want forward or backward, relative to the MIDI-master. A 7-segment-display shows the direction and number of MIDI-clock-ticks, the MIDI-slave has been moved.
Here’s what they have to say about it: Continue reading
Developer Sebastian Dittmann (Audiobus) lets us know about a new gadget that adds Bluetooth Wireless MIDI support to your electronic music gear, the mi.1.
In other words, attach these onto the back of your new or vintage MIDI gear, and you’ve added Wireless MIDI capabilities.
“The guys from Quicco Sound just posted the first public screenshot thingy of their new Bluetooth Low Energy to MIDI adapter,” notes Dittman. The mi.1 “connects to your synth’s MIDI in and out ports and transmits it via Bluetooth Low Energy. This little gadget could be a really great tool, bringing together mobile devices and synth hardware.”
Dittmann adds that he’s not involved with the project, but thought it’s cool.
The developers, Quicco Sound, have launched an IndieGoGo project to fund the mi.1 Bluetooth Wireless MDI connector. Here’s the official intro video:
Audiowerkstatt bhas introduced MIDI Restarter – a new MIDI controller that lets you start or stop your hardware MIDI-slave, independent of your MIDI-master, but alway in perfect sync. Continue reading
Holderness Media has updated Echo Pad, a multi-effects processor for iPad, with MIDI Control, MIDI Clock Sync and more.
Here’s what’s new in Echo Pad 1.8: Continue reading