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Superbooth 2019: Sensi M - Stick-on Bluetooth MIDI Controllers

Gaz Williams found even more goodies for Sonic State at Superbooth! The Sensi M are a series of mini MIDI controllers that can be linked together, and used with your devices over Bluetooth. This is still very early in the prototype phase, with plans for a crowdfunding campaign at the end of the year. The larger of the two models will retail for around €100, while the smaller is €50.

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Sensi M - in two different flavours so far, the master 'Pressure Atom' and a slave 'Turn Atom', gives you stick-on MIDI control over Bluetooth. The community based software 'Mcore' allows you to create, edit and share your firmware to allow for many different functions. More at the Sensisystems website.
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Reader Comments 2

Looks promising for live playing, right now looks too simplistic. It could be cool to have motion sensitivity as well.
The greatest thing is that it's apparently really simple, but you can set it to get "a lot of work done" thanks to the ability to define how it works with M-Core.
Right now we are working in these two modules: Pressure Atom and Turn Atom. But we have plans to stretch the offer of modules as soon as possible. Motion sensitivity is totally in our horizon, but we still need to figure out the best way to do it. Thanks for the suggestion anyway :)
May 15, 2019  | person_outline João Neves (Sensi)
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