This looks amazing, doesn’t it? Although, live-performance-wise, it will pretty much disctract you from any audience rocking in front of you. I like the look of this thing, and you can actually buy it, but for my requirements it’s way too little flexibility, as far as I can see. Every knob seems to have a unique function, and the layout of the whole interface does not allow for easy re-assignment of buttons and knobs, unless using a screwdriver.
Monthly Archive for February, 2009
Nobody knows, but the gig was good. New sets and new sounds, and everything in front of red velvet. The audience was a bit surprised about hearing straight electric sounds, but I hope they liked it anyway. Thanks to Jenny, Patrick, Rolf and the fourth flatmate whose name I forgot for letting me play at their party!
At the moment I am pretty busy doing the final design work for my next MIDI-Interface. I am working with kicad at the moment, designing the pcb. Its all about connecting the right parts with the green lines, and although it gets boring after a while, I really like the style of the editor:
I hope to get the pcb finished in the next days, the case is ready to be ordered as well, with a bit of luck in a couple of weeks I will have a first prototype. After a really long development time I definitely am looking forward to that.