Bronome – A RGB monome-like project

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Bronome – A RGB monome-like project


There seems to be a few people doing RGB monome-like projects, Brian writes in with his…

The Bronome project has been designed to address some of my personal performance audio needs. I saw a need for something more than just a USB interface something which could also act as a hardware midi controller. In that respect the Bronome is a brother to many other projects such as the Monome, Tonori-on, and MidiBox. It borrows concepts and ideas from all to make a unique interface onto its own. Although the initial facade is very much like the minimalist Monome 40h, the differences are in its use of light to convey meaning. Through visual means the interface of the Bronome can mutate or transform into a multitude of utilities, keyboard, sequencer, or display. The configurations are endless.

BDIS_LAB – Link.

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Full-colour RGB monome clone (Trinome?) – Link.

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Hackable, playable LED/pad music interface – the monome – Link.

4 thoughts on “Bronome – A RGB monome-like project

  1. Mike says:

    Fun project!

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