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Get loopy with the DIY  Ableton Footcontroller (no soldering required)

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Peter writes –

Mike Una has just written up a tutorial on how to make a $10 foot controller for music applications like Ableton Live, fashioned out of a QWERTY keyboard. (Other possible applications: gaming, VJing.) Clever keyboard mappings allow you to use your feet to control elaborate live music performances, whether you’re a beatboxer, keyboardist, DJ, or violinist. We’d love to see what people do with it.

Get loopy with the DIY $10 Ableton Footcontroller (no soldering required) – [via] Link.

4 thoughts on “Get loopy with the DIY $10 Ableton Footcontroller (no soldering required)

  1. Hey r080 — good idea. That suggests another iteration for this thing, which is to add color-coded LEDs for night playing.

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