NAMM 2014: Source Audio Hot Hands USB Wireless MIDI Controller

The Hot Hands comes to MIDI      25/01/14

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Although this isn't my area of expertise both Rich and I were taken aback as to how awesome the Hot Hands is as a midi controller. Brett from Source Audio did a great job of demonstrating the usefullness of the Hot Hands within Ableton and seem to be enjoying himself an aweful lot!

This is what Source Audio have to say about the Hot Hands USB Wireless MIDI Controller:

Introducing the latest innovation from Source Audio, The Hot Hand USB Wireless MIDI Controller. The Hot Hand USB's motion-sensing accelerometer enables simple control over previously complicated processes and opens up a new frontier of possibilities for audio and light production.

The USB receiver translates motion signal from the wireless Hot Hand ring into MIDI for communication with MIDI compatible software such as Ableton, Reason, Pro Tools, Logic, Traktor, and many more.

The uses for the Hot Hand USB go beyond genre and even art form. EDM DJs, dancers, session musicians, lighting designers, mixing/mastering producers, and other creative artists can all radically change or even improve the way they approach their craft with the Hot Hand USB. Buy one today and be the first to break new ground.

Check out the Source Audio website for more info.

Rob H


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