The Electrix Tweaker At Winter NAMM 2012

Electrix is showing a new MIDI controller at the 2012 NAMM Show, the Tweaker.

The Electrix Tweaker is a performance oriented MIDI controller for Ableton users, Traktor users, and music producers and performers of all genres.

At the heart of Tweaker lies a grid of 32 rubber pads backlit by RGB LEDs, and 8 velocity sensitive drum pads. There is a channel strip on each side of the grid, and a crossfader centered underneath. Each channel trips is comprised of a fader, three backlit rubber pads, an analog knob, and three push encoders with red LED rings.

The navigation section at the top of the unit has a large browsing encoder and a four-way selection push grid (left, right, up, down).

Tweaker is fully USB bus powered and also has MIDI In and Out ports.

Details are still to come from Electrix on the Tweaker.

Video via eangolden.

3 thoughts on “The Electrix Tweaker At Winter NAMM 2012

  1. This is NOT Electrix, as you knew it. It’s a secondary company using the brand name and some of the knob and enclosure stylings. Merely a thin shadow of its former self.

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