After about 90 seconds of music (no narration, just annotated screens), Mapping Genius walks viewers through how to use the Keith McMillen Instruments QuNeo controller as a touch – sensitive effects controller for Native Instruments’ Traktor.
This mapping controls beat and sound coloring effects, has hotcues, flux mode, and loop control, and is available as a free download from Mapping Genius’ website.
This video, via Keith McMillen Instruments, captures electronic musicians and Ableton Live instructor Thavius Beck testing out the QuNeo Rogue – a wireless adapter for the QuNeo MIDI controller. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Infinite Sinewave does a multi-QuNeo live performance of Stripped, by The Fish House. Continue reading
Sunday Synth Jam: Anticon recording artist Jel jams with a KMI QuNeo controller.
Sunday Synth Jam: This synth jam and tutorial, via Otemrellik, makes extensive use of the recently introduced Keith McMcillen Instruments QuNeo. Continue reading
Keith McMillen Instruments, just announced the release of QuNeo v.1.2.3, which includes a new “iPad mode” for “truly mobile music making” with its QuNeo MIDI controller.
QuNeo’s visual feedback system has been tweaked so that it can now be powered via the iPad through its Camera Connection Kit or Lightning connector. With the same design dimensions (9.5″ x 7.3″ x 0.3″), QuNeo can use the same stands, cases and other accessories made for iPad.
QuNeo v.1.2.3 also has optimized firmware with a faster scan rate that increases pad performance. Users executing drum rolls or rapid percussive techniques will notice improved responsiveness.
Pricing and Availability. QuNeo is currently available at retailers worldwide, and retails for $199.00 USD. More information is available at the Keith McMillen Instruments website.
Sunday Synth Jam: Infinite Sinewave performs Gravity Grows, using four QuNeo controllers from Keith McMillen Instruments with Ableton Live, as both controllers and as a lo-fi graphic display.
You can watch other videos by Infinite Sinewave here, and about the KMI QuNeo here.
This video, via Keith McMillen Instruments, shows over 30 applications that can be controlled by QuNeo – a controller they describe as “the most expressive pad controller on the market.”