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Special Waves And MIDI controller Mine

Special Waves And MIDI controller Mine

Special Waves (not without the help of Kickstarter) introduce us to their new module. “Mine” system reminds a bit of Lego or some kind of Tetris allowing users to build it up the same way and create unique music controllers. You won’t have to get used to Mine because it will easily adapt to you itself.

Special Waves Mine

Basically Mine looks like modular MIDI controller – it embodies a set of modules for control. These modules can be inserted or removed any way you want making it possible to have as many configurations as it seems realizable. There are already 5 module variants available so far: module with one pad, module with 2 buttons, potentiometer, encoder and slider.

Special Waves Mine

Each module has a case made from polymeric materials which first of all guarantee the solidity and durability of the construction. Modules are tied to the PCB with small enduring connectors. Modules can also be fixed horizontally or upright making Mine even more flexible in use.

Special Waves Mine

At the moment there are 2 versions developed by Special Waves: Mine and Mine S.

Mine system has space for 64 modules, USB port, 2 expansion jacks, 2 MIDI in/out jacks. Dimensions (mm): 330 х 270 х 30.

Mine S version is twice smaller containing 34 modules. It also offers one USB, one expansion jack and 2 MIDI in/out jacks. Dimensions Mine S (mm): 330 х 138 х 30.
The developers warn us that having too many LED modules on can reduce their intensity (USB peculiarities). To solve this problem there’s going to be another power supply socket added.

Mine S is available at the starting price of $231 and Mine version - $452.

Special Waves is a new brand intended for DJs, producers and musicians giving them something very flexible and quite all-purpose. They say they’re focused on passion, research, innovation and continuous improvement. We’ll see as we’ll keep following the news and their releases.

Published: 13:41 30.01.2017
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