Hackable, playable LED/pad music interface

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Hackable, playable LED/pad music interface

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Peter writes – “The Monome is a new music interface with LCD-backlit pads, a USB interface that transmits OSC and MIDI data to a computer, and — here’s the unusual part — open source, hackable firmware and software interface. Touch the pads, and you can use this as a step-sequencer and remix tool (as in the example), but the real philosophy here is being able to do whatever you want”Link.

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7 thoughts on “Hackable, playable LED/pad music interface

  1. ZapWiz says:

    Very nice

  2. DGary says:

    I like it, only I don’t really dig the solid colored vinyl stickers, maybe some glass paint or dye, keep the transparent look.

  3. afaust says:

    it would be neat to etch each side with images, patterns, or symbols.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I would like to purchase this item—-please contact me. Thanks!

    roxybabe00456@aol.com

  5. will says:

    im thinking about making one, and im wondering how percise the cubes need to be(im making one out of wood)

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