HOW TO – Building a custom Monome controller, with STS9’s David Phipps

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HOW TO – Building a custom Monome controller, with STS9’s David Phipps

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Peter writes –

Part of the advantage of open hardware is that you can modify products to be whatever you want. David Phipps of the “electronica jam band” Sound Tribe Sector 9 wanted his own Monome controller for manipulating live music mixes with Ableton Live, but he also wanted twice the number of buttons as on the stock model.

Result: custom-produced controller, based on the open specs and brain of the open project.

This was a first-time DIY project, so along the way he found lots of tips on where to get parts and how to get cheap custom fabrication of elements like the faceplate.

Create Digital Music » Building a Custom Monome Controller, with STS9’s David Phipps – Link.

Related:

  • Open-source grid controller – the monome (video) – Link.
  • The Open Source Gift Guide: Open source hardware … – Link.
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