The Wave is a ring that lets you control sound, effects and send commands with hand gestures. It connects wirelessly over Bluetooth, so it should work with anything that supports MIDI over Bluetooth. … Read More Genki Instruments Intros Wave Wearable MIDI Controller
Secret Base Design has released Apollo MIDI over Bluetooth 2.0 – an update that they say adds the keyboard from Infinite Looper, simplifies the connection process, and adds some MIDI routing features. Incoming and outgoing MIDI can be filtered by MIDI channel, and routed to different destinations. Even if you don’t use the Bluetooth connection, the app should… Read More Apollo MIDI over Bluetooth Updated To Version 2.0
ACPAD, makers of a Wireless MIDI controller for acoustic guitars, has announced that they are bringing Bluetooth MIDI support to Windows 10.… Read More ACPAD Brings Bluetooth MIDI To Windows 10
Developer Samuele Cornell let us know about a new project that he’s developed, an open source DIN MIDI to Bluetooth MIDI adapter.… Read More Open Source DIN MIDI To Bluetooth MIDI Adapter
Developer Georgi Dianov has launched a Kickstarter project to fund the projection of The MIDI Thing – a wireless bridge that’s designed to bring MIDI over Bluetooth to standard MIDI hardware. The MIDI Thing (TMT) is a bridge device that wirelessly connects your hadware MIDI instruments to your Mac or iOS device. Dianov says that it’s… Read More The MIDI Thing Brings MIDI Over Bluetooth Wireless To Hardware Instruments
Secret Base Design has made Apollo MIDI Over Bluetooth – designed to let you use MIDI over low-latency Bluetooth LE connections – a free app for a limited time.
Livid Instruments has announced that their Guitar Wing MIDI controller now supports the Bluetooth LE MIDI standard for Yosemite OS X and iOS 8. The Guitar Wing works as a bridge between guitars and control of digital effects, DAWs, and digital instruments. With native Bluetooth LE MIDI connections, the wireless device shows up in the… Read More Livid Guitar Wing MIDI Controller: Now With Bluetooth LE Support
Developer Matthias Frick let us know that he’s updated his free MIDI LE app, based on Synthtopia reader feedback, to be backwards-compatible with iOS 7. MIDI LE is a free app that lets you use MIDI over USB with CoreMIDI compatible iOS apps, without the need for a MIDI adapter. Onn iOS 8, MIDI LE also lets… Read More MIDI LE Updated To Be Compatible With iOS 7, Windows Support Coming Soon
Developer Matthias Frick (MIDI LE) let us know that he has released the source code for his Arduino MIDI over Bluetooth project, Blidino, at GitHub. Blidino is an Arduino project, designed to allow you to add wireless connectivity to standard MIDI devices, using the recently added MIDI over Bluetooth protocol on iOS and OS X.
Developer Matthias Frick – who created the Bluetooth over MIDI app MIDI LE – wants to take the technology to the next level. Here’s created sketches for the Arduino platform designed to connect USB MIDI devices to OS X and iOS wirelessly over Bluetooth. Here’s what he has to say about the video demo, embedded above: