WNAMM07: C-Thru Music AXiS Harmonic Table Controller

Come and take a look - it's unusual...      29/01/07

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WNAMM07: C-Thru Music AXiS Harmonic Table Controller
Rachmaninoff anyone?

The C-Thru Music AXiS is described at the worlds first harmonic table controller, and you know – I expect that’s a claim they wont be defending in court. It actually looks a bit like the Periodic Tables (remember Chemistry anyone?) or perhaps the game Blockbuster (obscure British daytime tv show). Anyhow, that apart it’s a totally new way of playing MIDI notes with the “keyboard� layed out with relelvant harmonic notes adjacent to one another. This means that you can create unusual and ordinarily difficult to play chord voicings, arpeggios and the like using the new layout. You also get a massive number of drum pads, if that’s the way you’d like to think of it. Best I stop my ramblings and let Andrew Llewellyn explain (cue the video...) Available through their website at £750 UK – US pricing and distribution to be fixed.


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