WNAMM12: CopperLAN Now Commercial Release

Lets push for a new standard interface - could this be it?      20/01/12

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We've been following the progress of CopperLAN for some time, this week it was finally released in commercial form, making it something equipment manufaturers can get their teeth into. The new SDK and a Arduino style development board means that prototyping and testing are much more accessable, so maybe now we'll see a wider adoption of the standard.

We've already seen some cool modular synth interface and MIDI hardware from Alyseum - lets hope for more.



 

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73    Said...

There seems to be a problem with the video. I have tried to watch it with 3 different devices and it always stops about 1/3 way trough. Can you please re-upload this video, I'm extremely interested seeing what CopperLan offers!

21-Jan-12 04:20 AM


hiltonius    Said...

these guys need to use james taylor's song "copperline" as their theme.....

yes nick, please re-upload this. it quits 1/3 of the way through, as the other poster mentions.

21-Jan-12 06:54 AM


Marc JX8P    Said...

Video was no problem for me. Very cool technology; I especially liked it when he plugged it out of the Mac and then into the PC and the system reconnected as if there was no problem at all. Also like the modular interface - could be a whole new area of digital/analog integration there. Great stuff!

21-Jan-12 12:04 PM


Jesse J    Said...

I've used CopperLan for a few months now in my studio and I love it. It is fantastic!

Video works fine now, thanks Nick!

23-Jan-12 02:38 PM


Julien P    Said...

CopperLan! Very Impressive framework, It's for me the future for the Electronic Music, i use it between my i-Pad and my PC, wonderful

24-Jan-12 03:32 AM


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