The Quill Is A Wearable Wireless MIDI Controller (Sneak Preview)

This video, via Oren Levy, is a quick demo of The Quill wireless MIDI controller by Tabor.

The Quill is a wearable multi-instrument that sends MIDI data over Bluetooth LE to your computer, tablet, phone or hardware MIDI gear. It contains a variety of sensors that let it sense position, motion and sound, and it can convert this information into MIDI data.

The Quill can be used as an instrument, to control other instruments and many other things, as the video explains.

Details on The Quill MIDI controller are to come.

4 thoughts on “The Quill Is A Wearable Wireless MIDI Controller (Sneak Preview)

  1. Thanks for sharing! I’ll answer any questions if anyone has any. The device is obviously just getting started and is a bit away from being a fully fledged product.

    Currently thinking of ways to get a bit more funding as the first round of PCBs drained me out and there are some fixes that need to be made to get some of the functionality fully working like the audio frequency to MIDI note conversion.
    Hoping to keep it to $99 street price.

  2. i first thought how silly but now i’m convinced i want one just for the drum triggering ,get some sticks then tables walls all become my drum machine even my saucepans ,also imagine some good dancers wearing these to manipulate your tunes with a carefully choreographed routine .

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