What do you control with MIDI?
Do you have MIDI Keyboards, Drums, DJ Gear, Guitars, Wind controllers, or alternate controllers.
Maybe your area of interest is MIDI lighting, show control or robotics. 
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Mind To MIDI

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What if you could control MIDI with your brain? Does that sound like science fiction? Actually there are lots of people who have been exploring how to connect brain waves Electroencephalography ( EEG ) to MIDI.  Let's take a look at how that works.  Electroencephalography (EEG) is a method to record electrical activity of t...
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The People Who Created the DIY MIDI Revolution

The People Who Created the DIY MIDI Revolution
Do It Yourself MIDI ​With the boom in open-source electronics platform like Arduino and the growth of 3-D printers, it's become easier and easier to create your own MIDI controller. We wanted to introduce you to some of the people and companies who helped create the DIY MIDI revolution. Moldover- The Godfather of Controllerism M...
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MIDI and Robots Part 2- Super Booth 2017

MIDI and Robots Part 2- Super Booth 2017
There has recently been a surge in robotic MIDI devices as Arduinos and low cost CPUs make it easier and easier to develop MIDI-controlled robotic components.  At Super Booth 2017, there were a number of significant MIDI robot introductions.  Felix Thorn From a very early age Felix was inspired by both visual and sound arts. He studi...
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Moldover-The Godfather of Controllerism

Moldover-The Godfather of Controllerism
Controllerism In 2005 , Matt Moldover and Dj Shakey (Julie Covello) coined the term "Controllerism"  to describe   Moldover's performance style.   Ean Golden from Remix Magazine (now running djtechtools ) wrote an article "Music Maneuvers: Discover the Digital Turntablism Concept, Controllerism, Compliments of Mol...
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A Web Developer's Tale of the Octapad Revival

Two months ago, I was tasked with presenting a talk on the Web MIDI API to an amazing crowd of music-loving web developers. Obviously, I wanted the presentation to be exciting, so my first idea was to find a cool MIDI controller that I could use to demo the API with. What kind of controller could fit the bill? What about an old... keytar?...
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