It works on my machine!

Today was a good day. The weather is great outside but more importantly, I got the controller working in Ableton! It’s not finished of course, but I was able to control faders and sends with it. The lights don’t work yet so that will be my next focus.  http://cdn.midique.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/IMG_7394.mov

Corona update

Even though I’m still working full time on the KNTRL9 and Midique, I also start to feel the consequences of the global Corona crisis. Most suppliers currently have taken measures to limit the spreading of the virus. This means that some work half the hours and/or from home which has impact on the planning. Since …

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MIDI 2.0

Something really exciting happened while I was designing my MIDI controller: MIDI 2.0 was adopted! After 37 years of MIDI 1 (with an additional upgrade to support 14 bits signals), the new MIDI is finally here. Why a new version? As said, the old version has been around for a while. It was developed in …

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The First Prototype

The First Prototype The first case for the prototype that I designed was produced by Rieger design in Berlin (https://www.rieger.design/) who also consulted me. The prototype does not contain the knobs or buttons but gave a good idea of the end product. The rotary knobs were designed as a team effort with Giorgi Rogava and …

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