GRIDI is a large scale physical Midi sequencer

GRIDI is a large scale physical Midi sequencer
GRIDI is a large scale physical midi sequencer    Gridi is a large scale physical midi sequencer (2.80 X 1.65 Meters) with embedded LEDs. It was created by music producer Yuval Gerstein with the simple aim, to allow visitors to create a musical composition in an accessible and intuitive way. GRIDI translates the methodology of compos...
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Tirare - MIDI String Instrument

The Tirare is a custom performance interface. In Italian, Tirare means:  (to) throw, (to) to pull. The name refers to the primary performative action employed in order to generate sound. Initially, I was trying to create a form of MIDI concertina. I wanted to pull and push the interface to generate sound, similar to a concertina. I also m...
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Curve - by Nathan M. Asman

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​ This custom-built instrument is called Curve, and is named after the shape and contour of the interface itself. I wanted to create something that had a myriad of different sensors and ways of controlling different musical parameters, while also maintaining the functionality and traditional idioms of other controllers, interfaces, and instruments ...
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Mixtela- A MIDI Stylophone Business Card, Music Box, and 5 Pin DIN Synth

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MIDI Stylophone Business Card Last Sunday we were looking at bookmarks we had made while searching the Internet for blog topics.  We had booked marked Mixtela.com  a few months ago because of all the cool MIDI DIY projects.  But then we found WaitingForFriday's website  and decided to do an article on the MIDI Stylopho...
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How to make a MIDI compatible Stylophone

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The Original Dubreq Stylophone The Dubreq Stylophone was invented in 1968 by Brian Jarvis.  It was originally designed as a toy, but the fact that it was portable and easy to play and it's distinctive synth sound soon made it popular with some of the most iconic musicians of the late 60's. David Bowie used it on the track 'Space Oddity' a...
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