WNAMM11: Musebox In Production

Little blue box full 'o plugins      15/01/11

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Muse first introduced the concept of the Musebox at last years Musik Messe, where we saw it processing live guitar input. Now the unit is in final production stage we can see it also can be used to play plug-in instruments. With a tag-based patch selection  that allows you to load required sounds, irrespective of what plug-in they use, its moved into a more consumer-freindly setup.



 


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Deimateos    Said...

o_o Is that a hammer action 49 key?! WHO MAKES IT??? I must know!

16-Jan-11 01:44 AM


Mathias    Said...

Just wondering if the annoying jitter is from the MuseBox output or the recording device used in this demo.

16-Jan-11 08:59 AM


Peter K.    Said...

That's part of Studiologic's line of weighted controllers. They feel really good. I was looking at the VMK-176.

I hate to be hard on other players, but that was the worst example of blues piano I've ever heard in my life.

19-Jan-11 11:51 AM


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