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T8 puts music creation at your fingertips

by • February 10, 2016 • No Comments

Tapping out rhythms with your fingers can assist relieve boredom in the workplace or every hit may sound out a few must-dance-to electronica, depending on whether you are via a desk or a pad controller. Similar to Onyx Ashanti’s astounding Beatjazz Hands, the T8 of Remidi puts wireless control of digital music in the hands of the performer, but without all those bulky 3D-printed components. The process comprises a sensor-packed glove and a tech-filled wristband that wirelessly connects to a laptop or mobile device running music creation software.

  • The nerve center of the T8 process is a bracelet with two identify buttons and a ...
  • There's one pressure sensor in every of the fingers, another in the thumb, and the rest ...
  • The glove is created of double-layered, stretchy Spandex and is home to eight pressure sensitive trigger ...
  • Users can configure every sensor to trigger samples, notes or presets when the sensor hits any ...

The nerve center of the T8 process is an ABS bracelet with two identify buttons and a scrolling knob up top that are utilized to browse through note or chord sets, samples and parameters. The electronics showcase motion sensors to cater for mid-air gestural controls or expressive pitch bends and Bluetooth wireless innovation for connection to any BT-enabled laptop, PC, smartphone or tablet.

A companion application has been created for setting functionality and configuring the process, yet Remidi’s controller in addition integrates with third party music creation software and digital audio workstations, such as Ableton Live, Animoog or GarageBand, or anything that supports MIDI.

The wristband connects to a snug-fitting glove via magnets. The glove is created of double-layered, stretchy Spandex and is home to eight pressure sensitive trigger zones – one in every of the fingers, another in the thumb, and the rest in the palm area.

“The connection between the wristband and the glove is the key for via the T8,” Remidi’s Andrea Baldereschi told Gizmag. “The controls on the wristband allow players to select between unlimited combinations of notes and sounds on-­the-go.”

Users can configure every sensor to trigger samples, notes or presets when the sensor hits any surface. Players can sound a kick drum with the thumb, for example, use a palm to bring in a looped bass sound, or donate vocals the finger. The pressure sensitivity of the sensors can in addition be set by the user.

The US startup behind the T8 is due to commence on Kickstarter shortly to raise production costs. In the meantime, have a appear at the crowdfunding teaser video at a lower place for a taste of things to come.

Source: Remidi

  • The glove is created of double-layered, stretchy Spandex and is home to eight pressure sensitive trigger zones
  • Players can sound a kick drum with the thumb, use a palm to bring in a looped bass sound, or donate vocals the finger
  • There's one pressure sensor in every of the fingers, another in the thumb, and the rest in the palm area
  • The wristband connects to a snug-fitting glove via magnets

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