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New Signal Process releases BreakOut Stomp and BreakOut Stereo pedals

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New Signal Process has announced the release of BreakOut Stomp and BreakOut Stereo, two new pedals for interacting with the iPad or iPhone.

NSP BreakOut Stomp

The BreakOut Stomp is designed specifically for guitarists and bassists. It is based on numerous requests by guitarists since day one.

It integrates seamlessly into your pedal board and comes with a custom hand made,12 foot, pro audio Mogami detachable cable so that you can place your iPad safely on your road case, a table, or a keyboard stand near you to interact with while you perform. It is built with audiophile grade components for the warmest possible sound and, housed in a rugged die cast aluminum case, it is designed to last on stage and on tour through many generations of iPads and iPhones.

NSP BreakOut Stereo

The BreakOut Stereo design is based on various requests by DJs, producers, and elecro-acoustic artists using synth apps and drum programming to have a pedal that has stereo output from two separate outputs.

Electronic and electro-acoustic artists these days are performing in so many different situations and with so many different instrument combinations, the BreakOut Stereo is designed with them in mind so that the interface can easily adapt into the most varied table top setups both live and when recording.

The BreakOut Stomp is available to purchase for $155 USD, BreakOut Stereo is $135 USD.

More information: New Signal Process

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Roland UM-ONE USB MIDI interface shipping

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Roland has announced it is shipping the UM-ONE, a super-compact, affordable, and easy to use MIDI interface ideal for hobbyists, musicians, and educators who need MIDI connectivity to control or record music with a computer.

Roland UM-ONE

The UM-ONE is a bus-powered 1-In/1-Out MIDI interface with LED indicators for MIDI I/O signal monitoring, and conveniently integrates both USB and MIDI cables for easy compatibility with today’s computer-based music systems. The UM-ONE features high-performance FPT processing, which provides superior MIDI transfer rates with lower latency and tighter clock timing.

The UM-ONE is perfect for hobbyists who want to connect a MIDI keyboard to a computer, and is also ideal for small studios or academic settings where only one MIDI device will be connected in close proximity to the computer. In live performance settings, the UM-ONE can also be used to control a synth, drum machine, MIDI light set-up, master recording console, or any other MIDI device from a computer.

The UM-ONE is available now with a suggested retail price of $49.99 USD.

More information: Roland / UM-ONE

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Expert Sleepers ES-3 Lightpipe/CV Interface now shipping

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Expert Sleepers ES-3

Expert Sleeping has announced it is now shipping the ES-3, a lightpipe/CV interface.

The ES-3 is a Eurorack format module which converts eight channels of ADAT Lightpipe input to DC coupled outputs on 3.5mm jacks, for the ultimate convenience in connection of a DAW directly to analogue synthesizers.

The outputs can be used as control voltages (CVs), for example with software such as Expert Sleepers Silent Way, and can also be used as audio outputs at high, modular synth-compatible levels.

With the ES-3, a single optical cable is all that is need to bring direct CV control from your DAW right into the heart of a modular system.

The ES-3 is now available direct from Expert Sleepers for £186 GBP (including VAT and delivery), and soon from various international distributors.

More information: Expert Sleepers / ES-3

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Expert Sleepers announces ES-3 Lightpipe/CV Interface

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Expert Sleepers ES-3

Expert Sleepers has announced the ES-3, a new lightpipe/CV interface.

The ES-3 is a Eurorack format module which converts eight channels of ADAT Lightpipe input to DC coupled outputs on 3.5mm jacks, for the ultimate convenience in connection of a DAW directly to analogue synthesizers.

The outputs can be used as control voltages (CVs), for example with software such as Expert Sleepers Silent Way, and can also be used as audio outputs at high, modular synth-compatible levels.

With the ES-3, a single optical cable is all that is need to bring direct CV control from your DAW right into the heart of a modular system.

ES-3 features

  • Panel width: 8HP.
  • Module depth: 53mm.
  • Input connection: optical, ADAT Lightpipe standard, 44.1/48kHz.
  • D/A conversion: 24 bit, 105dB SNR typical.
  • Output connections: 8x 3.5mm jacks, DC-coupled.
  • Maximum output voltage: approximately ±10V DC.
  • Indicators: LED for ADAT clock sync; 2 LEDs per channel indicate output voltage (+ve/-ve).

Available as standard with a black aluminium or translucent black acrylic front panel. There will also be a limited edition of 25 individually numbered modules with an orange acrylic panel to match the ES-1/ES-2-2 modules.

The ES-3 is expected to be available from February 2011. Pricing TBD.

More information: Expert Sleepers / ES-3

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One More Muse releases Control, OSC + MIDI for iOS

One More Muse Control

One More Muse has released Control, a new controller app for iOS that allows you to create custom interfaces.

Control enables users to create their own interfaces for controlling musical, artistic and virtual reality applications. It is built on top of Apple’s WebKit rendering engine and allows users to define their interfaces via JSON files.

Control features

  • Outputs both Wireless MIDI and Open Sound Control (OSC).
  • Reads and outputs data from Accelerometer, Gyro and Compass sensors (on applicable devices) with adjustable update rates.
  • The ability to script behaviors for widgets using JavaScript.
  • Auto-discovery of wireless networks via Bonjour.
  • Interfaces can be pushed to the phone via OSC or downloaded from the web.
  • Supports both portrait and landscape interface orientations.
  • Interfaces work on both iPhones and iPads.

Control is available as a free app for iOS 4.2 or later.

More information: One More Muse / Control

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Alesis announces StudioDock, docking station for iPad

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Alesis has announced the StudioDock, a device that lets you connect all of your audio gear to the entire world of apps for iPad.

Alesis StudioDock

The StudioDock is the first device that enables anyone with an iPad to create, produce, and perform music with virtually any pro audio gear or instruments.

The StudioDock is a universal docking station specifically designed for the iPad, and it gives musicians, recording engineers, and music producers the connectivity they need to create and perform with iPad. Connect all your pro audio gear to virtually any app in the App Store with the StudioDock.

StudioDock features

  • The world’s first pro audio dock for iPad.
  • Connect microphones and instruments including guitar, studio monitors, PA speakers, headphones, and MIDI controllers.
  • Universal device works with virtually every audio and MIDI app in the App Store; Core MIDI compliant.
  • Perform, craft, create and play back music in virtually any conceivable manner or location.
  • Video output for connection to TVs and projectors.
  • Inputs: two combo XLR-1/4″ for use with audio gear, instruments, and computer audio.
  • Input channel gain controls and switchable phantom power for use with condenser microphones.
  • Guitar-direct switch for use with amplifier- and effects-modeling app.
  • Outputs: pair 1/4″ and 1/4″ headphone with separate volume controls.
  • Control: MIDI In, MIDI Out, USB MIDI, and assignable 1/4-inch footswitch input.

More information: Alesis / StudioDock

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Lab X Technologies issues MADI IP License to Avid

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Lab X Technologies

Lab X Technologies has announced it has issued a production license to Avid for use of its MADI (Multichannel Audio Digital Interface) IP for the company’s MADIX™ Module.

The MADI interface allows professional audio, video, live and broadcast technology manufacturers to develop products with flexible I/O interfaces, with minimal modifications to host interface codes.

“Avid customers will be benefitting from our connectivity experience and developed IP with our MADI IP license,” stated Lee Minich, president, Lab X. “Our MADI connectivity, AVB audio platform and other connectivity IP solutions are further enabling the applications of our leading manufacturer licensees such as Avid.”

Using Fiber and Coaxial connections, MADI interfaces with up to 64 channels of digital audio in both directions. With a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) core, the MADIX’s electrical and mechanical interface is compatible with all Lab X MIX network I/O modules.

“Our VENUE customers demand high reliability and standards-based connectivity for their critical live applications,” said David Gibbons, VP of live sound, Avid. “Lab X’s FPGA-based solution is cost-effective, highly interoperable and allows us to implement the technology quickly. We’ve successfully partnered with Lab X several times, so we immediately turned to them to help us deliver this.

More information: Lab X Technologies / Avid

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