Bleep Drum Gets An Upgrade

Full MIDI control added to hardware drum machine      30/10/13

Bleep Labs tells us that the Bleep Drum has been upgraded with full MIDI control. Now you can trigger the four samples, toggle noise and reverse modes, as well as change the pitch of all four samples with any device that can send MIDI. There is also a MIDI retrofit kit that can be soldered on to any existing Bleep Drum to add MIDI support.

The Bleep Drum is an Arduino based rad-fi drum machine designed by Dr. Bleep.

Features:

  • Four sounds, two with pitch control
  • Four selectable sequences
  • Record patterns just by playing them
  • Tap tempo
  • Reverse mode
  • Hypernoise 30XX mode
  • Stereo 1/8" output

 

Pricing and Availability:

MIDI versions ship in mid November.

More information:

 

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