Help The Greek Economy - Buy A Handmade MIDI Controller

Vavdo A1 USB control interface allows simultaneous gestures from all of your fingers      27/06/12

Help The Greek Economy - Buy A Handmade MIDI Controller


The Vavdo A1 is a handmade MIDI/OSC controller. The makers say that it is carefully designed, manufactured and assembled locally in Greece, by the hands and minds of a small group of people. They tell us that all components, materials, and manufacturing methods are selected for the best possible balance between precise control, gesture ergonomics, durability, fast & reliable operation, production cost and cultural-political ethics.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Vavdo A1 is a USB control interface. It allows easy simultaneous gestures from all your fingers, while having excellent feel and instant tactile and visual feedback. It is compatible with any software & hardware that receive serial, midi and osc data. It's adaptable, durable, fast and easy. It's handmade like a musical instrument."
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Introductory price of 185 Euro plus shipping More information:

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