New Mune Digital Instrument Designed To Be Expressive, Flexible & Visual

Mune Music has officially introduced the Mune digital instrument – a new MIDI controller that’s designed to be an expressive, flexible and visual instrument. 


  • Audience visibility – it’s designed to allow audiences to see a correlation between what you do and what they hear.
  • Versatile design – can be played in multiple positions, including: on a table, on your knee or with a shoulder strap.
  • Expressive – it offers 24 high-quality touch sensors and an acceleromter, letting you control many parameters, independently, at one time.
  • MIDI compatible – so it can be used with most electronic music apps and gear
  • Open-source software – the Mune’s software is open source, so anyone can mod it.
  • Wireless – it offers 6 hours of wireless use, with up to 50 meter range. It also offers MIDI over USB.
  • Dynamic backlighting – it has 84 LEDs to provide a visual reference.

Mune Demo Video:

Pricing and Availability

The Mune is being produced via a Kickstarter project and is available to project backers for 776 CAD (about US $599). It is expected to ship in Nov 2017.

6 thoughts on “New Mune Digital Instrument Designed To Be Expressive, Flexible & Visual

  1. First, it’s a controller, not an instrument…there’s a difference.

    Second, this seems to be a MIDI controller that’s both less ergonomic (try playing it standing up), and less intuitive than a standard keyboard.

    I must be missing something, because I can think of a lot of better ways to spend $600.

  2. Sometimes it seems as if synthtopia posts weird stuff just to see how people react.
    Not only does this controller look unergonomic but it also looks quite heavy. They must be selling them with cases, because most of them will probably collect dust. But maybe I’m wrong – perhaps there’s a small crowd of weird collectors who fund that kind of stuff and have special places for all their collections?

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