Developer Geert Bevin has been working with Roger Linn to developer the firmware for his new instrument, the LinnStrument.
The LinnStrument is a new electronic music control instrument that’s designed for users that want to be able to play more expressively with synthesized sounds. Unlike traditional keyboard controllers, it lets you independently control any parameter of individual sounds, while playing polyphonically.
In addition to be a powerful new controller, the LinnStrument is also ‘the ultimate open-source hacker instrument, according to Bevin. This video captures a discussion Bevin gave recently about hacking the LinnStrument, at Devoxx 2014 in Antwerp, Belgium. Continue reading
It looks like there’s some pent-up interest in Roger Linn’s new LinnStrument.
The first batch of 37 LinnStruments went on sale last night. As of this morning, there is one still available. Continue reading
Here’s a quick LinnStrument arpeggiator jam, via Geert Bevin, who worked with Roger Linn, developing the new instrument’s firmware. Continue reading
Developer Geert Bevin has been working closely with Roger Linn on the firmware for the new LinnStrument, and is testing a new mode that lets it be bus-powered by devices like an iPad.
In the video above, Bevin tests out using the LinnStrument to control ThumbJam on the iPad. Continue reading
The LinnStrument, a new instrument design by MPC creator Roger Linn, is now available in limited quantities.
Here’s what Linn has to say about the LinnStrument: Continue reading
Software developer Geert Bevin shared an update on the state of the Roger Linn LinnStrument, Linn’s new polyphonic multitouch controller instrument.
He notes that version 1.0 of the LinnStrument firmware is close to being finalized, and that several new features have been added:
Electronic music instrument pioneer Roger Linn is featured on the latest episode of Sonic State’s Sonic Talk. Continue reading
This video captures a performance by Geert Bevin of composer Gustavo Santaolalla‘s The Choice from The Last Of Us.
Bevin performs the piece on LinnStrument, with the sound coming from Spectrasonics’ Trilian with an 8-part multitimbral setup (one for each row).
Bevin has been working with Roger Linn on the LinnStrument, now in development. The LinnStrument is a unique electronic controller that allows a wide range of expressiveness, including individual pitch and dynamic control, over time, of each note.
Here’s free download of the performance: Continue reading