Musicians, DJs and music producers that are searching for a modular controller which is highly customisable, reconfigurable and expandable to meet almost any requirements may be interested in the Mine Modular DJ controller which has been created by Specialwaves based in Italy.
Specialwaves have launched the new Mine modular controller via Kickstarter this week to help raise the hundred and €50,000 the team require to take the concept into production.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about Mine, which is available to back fire Kickstarter with pledges starting from €250 for 16 modules of your choice. It’s developers explain more about the modular system and inspiration behind Mine.
Mine is designed for DJs, VJs, producers and musicians who are looking for a highly customizable, expandable and reconfigurable product. Mine is a modular midi controller composed by a case which is suitable to accommodate modules. These modules are built by single electronic interfaces in order to offer the maximum flexibility in the creation of your own configuration.
Modules can be inserted into the case or removed at will: in this way you can create a larger number of possible configurations. Right now we have six designed modules: PAD, 2 BUTTONS, POT, ENCODER, SLIDER, BLANK.
Each module is made of a body of polymeric material that protects and covers the electronic components. The module is connected to the mainboard through small connectors under the module. These connectors allow the transfer of information between the individual interface of modules and the Mine mainboard. Each module can be placed both in horizontal and vertical positions allowing more flexibility of use. For example, a fader can be placed in a vertical position in order to adjust volume of a channel or in a horizontal position to be used as cross-fader.
For more information on the new Mine modular controller jump over to the Kickstarter website via the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Hardware