AudioFront describes their new MIDI Expression as a very compact class compliant USB MIDI device that allows different types of pedals to interface with your computer. Pedal sensing technolgy built into the device detects the type of pedal plugged in and automatically adjusts its settings to support that device.
Reasons to use MIDI Expression
How it Works
MIDI Expression has four built-in configurations or presets--one for expression pedals, one for sustain pedals, one for hihat controllers, and one for footswitches. When you plug-in a pedal, the MIDI Expression detects its type and automatically loads the corresponding configuration. A software configuration application can be used to change a number of settings for each of the configurations including, Chan, CC, and response curve and more. All settings are stored in the device itself for portability.
Pricing and Availability:
MIDI Expression costs $49 USD and includes free shipping to almost anywhere in the world.
More From: AUDIOFRONT
PreSonus unveils third-generation StudioLive Series III consoles
Richard Nichol was on hand to show of the new pieces in the Lifeforms range
Piotr took us through the newest additions to their expanding range