Giuseppe Acito of the Toa Mata Band let us know about his latest video, which features him and a collection of music robots getting their jam on.… Read More LEGO Robots Get Their Jam On
At Superbooth 17, Dadamachines introduced the Automat – a plug & play MIDI-controller and accessories kit that makes it easy to create MIDI-controlled music robots.… Read More Dadamachines Automat Makes It Easy To Create MIDI-Controlled Robotic Instruments
The dadamachines automat toolkit is a plug & play MIDI-controller and accessories kit that makes it easy to create MIDI-controlled music robots.… Read More New Kit Makes Building MIDI-Controlled Music Robots Easy
At the Winter NAMM Show, we talked with Polyend founder Piotr Raczynski, who was showing their SEQ step sequencer and Poly – a polyphonic MIDI/CV converter Eurorack module.… Read More Polyend Intros SEQ Step Sequencer, Eurorack Polyphonic MIDI/CV Module
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
At Superbooth 16, startup company Polyend was making the debut of their new PERC MIDI percussion robotics system. We talked with founder Piotr Raczynski, who gave us a sneak preview of the new system:
The Toa Mata Band is known as the ‘World’s first LEGO robotic band’. It features Bionicle robots, controlled by an Arduino Uno, which is hooked up to a MIDI sequencer.
At the 2015 Summer NAMM Show, DynaMount introduced their Robotic Mic Mount – a new WiFi-controlled system that promises to bring robotics to the recording studio.