Here is a summary of news we sent out via our social media channels in June 2016.
https://t.co/QIcQ2sxbgO— midi (@midiassociation) June 1, 2016
This is a cool DIY project that turned a toy piano into a MIDI controller!
https://t.co/AwRFP1ETt0— midi (@midiassociation) June 4, 2016
More and more people are using MIDI controllers with Lightroom. Shouldn't Adobe support MIDI in it's products?
https://t.co/6gAI7oN1ed— midi (@midiassociation) June 6, 2016
The Clawtar MIDI controller has an adaptive interface that fits your hands.
https://t.co/jSVqqIz1ol— midi (@midiassociation) June 6, 2016
Claude's MIDI Music Machine, simple marvelous!
https://t.co/43NgClmAgD— midi (@midiassociation) June 7, 2016
The SuperPowered SDK may be worth checking out if you're developing Android Music apps.
https://t.co/LlcNxNe5ID— midi (@midiassociation) June 13, 2016
This looks like a great MIDI tool for teachers.
Confusion Studios has introduced MIDI Designer Pro 2 (MDP2), a major update to their MIDI controller app for iOS. pic.twitter.com/8DNlzfoDGx— midi (@midiassociation) June 20, 2016
Using MIDI to play the SNES Super Nintendo actual sound source.— midi (@midiassociation) June 20, 2016
Go retro! https://t.co/jmfdO6fsxD
https://t.co/Kvqb5WSaqs— midi (@midiassociation) June 20, 2016
The Musical Wearables Prize at MTF London 2014 takes brainwaves and heart beats and turns then into MIDI.
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