Even on iPhone, a powerful way to navigate your arrangement and markers, trigger custom shortcuts and macros, and even control separate cue mixes. Original post: Steinberg Makes iPhone, iPad a Powerful Remote Control for Cubase
Sometimes, an idea is so beautifully elegant, it just seems obvious. That’s the feeling I get from Koma’s newest prototype Read the original: Koma Kontrol Surface: Touch Surface Hardware, CV + MIDI [Preview]
The new Session View. Yes, it’s a different color. See original here: Ableton 9 Live: More Tools For Starting – and Finishing – Music [First Hands-On Details]
Now, Ableton is doing its own hardware. Sure, Ableton’s logo was on the Akai APC40 and Novation Launchpad, and yes, “engineering by Akai” is stamped on the Push. See more here: Ableton Push: Integrated, Touch-Sensitive Hardware Control for Live [Details]
Crafted from aluminum, this DIY controller puts some of the store-bought options to shame. Photo by the creator, Adam Dzak. Read this article: DIY Maven: Apollo 13 is a Beautiful, Handmade Aluminum Ableton Live Controller
There’s a drool-worthy new keyboard synth this week bearing the name KORG. The surprise: it comes one day after a widely-anticipated product announcement, and it comes from a single hacker, not KORG. One $25 embedded computer plus one controller equals one hackable, lovely instrument – with knobs and patch cords, no less Read the rest ...
In living color: the popular drum machine – combining integrated hardware and software – is more colorful, but also more usable, via updates to the screen and pads alike. We’ve gotten a hands-on test with the gear to share some first-hand first impressions Excerpt from: Maschine, in Color: First CDM Hands-On With New Maschine Hardware, ...
Oh, sure, other controllers may be sleek and compact. View original post here: The 150-Button, 4-Deck, Obsessive-Compulsive Traktor Controller: 4TrackTrigger [Gallery]
Some people release remixable stems. Link: Glitch Factory: A Complete Performance Environment for APC40 + Ableton Live
“People who are really serious about software should make their own hardware,” said computer visionary Alan Kay in 1982 . And when it comes to making computer software into something you can control physically with your hands, that has made some music tool makers look to integrated hardware for control. Read more from the original ...