At the 2016 NAMM Show, Yamaha introduced a couple of new adapters that are designed to let you connect your MIDI gear wirelessly via Bluetooth to devices up to 10 meters away. Yamaha’s Nate Tschetter gave us a quick overview at the Winter NAMM Show.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, Korg announced the nanoKontrol Studio – a wireless DAW controller that offers eight channels of faders, knobs and buttons. There are also transport controls and a jog wheel. Here’s an overview from the NAMM Show floor by Korg’s James Sajeva:
At the 2016 NAMM Show, Korg introduced the nanoKey Studio – a wireless mobile keyboard controller. Here’s an overview from the NAMM Show floor by Korg’s James Sajeva:
At the 2016 NAMM Show, we got an update from Zivix on their JamStick+ MIDI guitar controller. They discussed two main audiences for the JamStick+:
Here’s a sneak preview of the upcoming Zivix Puc+ wireless MIDI adapter, from the 2016 NAMM Show.
At the 2016 NAMM Show, Yamaha has introduced two new adapters that are designed to let you connect your existing MIDI gear wirelessly via Bluetooth to devices up to 10 meters away.
Ableton recently introduced Ableton Link – a new way to streamline syncing of multiple devices – both computers running Live and iOS devices running music apps. It’s now starting to appear in iOS apps. Here’s a video, via developer Oliver Greschke (Triqtraq and Elastic Drums), that demos syncing and performing with 7 iOS devices, wirelessly, using Ableton Link.
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.