norns is described as “a platform for sound processing and synthesis. code connects sonic ideas to process ideas to interaction ideas.”… Read More Monome Norns – A Minimal Standalone Music Platform
Gridlab is a suite of free Max For Live monome devices,… Read More Gridlab Strum Hands-On Demo
The latest episode of the SOUND + PROCESS podcast focuses on the Lines Community Remix Project, a unique collaboration between members of the lines community, a forum sponsored by monome.org.… Read More Sound + Process Podcast Explores Monome Lines Community Remix Project
The SOUND + PROCESS podcast features interviews with electronic musicians that use the monome, featuring their work and their perspectives on music making. … Read More SOUND + PROCESS – An Electronic & Experimental Music Podcast
This video captures a live monome + modular synth jam.… Read More Monome + Modular Synth Jam – ‘Restless Sea’
At Superbooth 16, we talked with gear startup Polyend about their upcoming SEQ WYSIWYG drum step sequencer. The SEQ is a beautiful visual step sequencer – a bit like a monome on steroids. In the video above, Polyend founder Piotr Raczynski gives an overview and demo of the SEQ. Raczynski calls the SEQ a ‘what you see is what you get’… Read More The Polyend SEQ Is A WYSIWYG Drum Step Sequencer (Sneak Preview)
monome has introduced its third Eurorack module, earthsea, a ‘grid-enabled shape memory pattern instrument’. Here’s a video demo of earthsea in action:
Monome.org has introduced a grid kit, based on the electronics in their latest 128 controller. They say “It’ll be perfect for our (monome-controlled) Eurorack modules”. The kit includes a milled faceplate and bottom plate, ready to play after some assembly.