Specialwaves has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Mine, a modular MIDI controller that allows you to configure modules at will.
Mine is designed for those DJs, producers and musicians who are looking for a highly customizable, expandable and reconfigurable product. Mine is a modular midi controller consisting of a case suitable for accommodating modules made of single electronic interfaces in order to offer the maximum flexibility in the creation of its configuration. Solutions available on the market today don’t always fulfill the user’s needs.
Mine is the controller that adapt itself to the user, not the contrary!
Specialwaves is currently offering two versions of the controller: Mine and Mine S.
Mine consists of a matrix of 8 rows × 8 columns, that allows the insertion of a maximum of 64 modules; while Mine S is a matrix of 8 rows × 4 columns and it can accommodate up to 32 modules.
A standard USB port allows to connect the controller to a PC/Mac or to power it. When you connect more LEDs modules together, the intensity of the LEDs lights might be less due to limited power coming from the USB hub. This is a normal behavior. For this reason, we add a power supply connector which can be used to increase the light intensity of the LEDs when you need.
Additional expansion ports are a nearby USB port, MIDI in & out and also a power supply plug; Mine has 2 more ports for expansion and MineS has 1 port for expansion.
Kickstarter backers can get their hands on a Mine or Mine S controller, starting at an early bird price of 205 EUR. Expected delivery is November 2017.
The campaign aims to raise 150,000 EUR by February 24th.
More information: Specialwaves