NAONEXT CRYSTALL-BALL MIDI CONTROLLER DRIVER DETAILS:
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NAONEXT CRYSTALL-BALL MIDI CONTROLLER DRIVER
LEDs live all over the inside of the smooth, silver panel, which also contains some very nicely delivered buttons. The buttons double nicely as drum pads and have a wonderful response.
Naonext Naonext Crystall-Ball MIDI Controller Ball in action. The buttons provide either a white or blue color that go nicely with the giant cylinder at the top of the Smurf-colored controller, which contains several light sensors. Yep, this is where the Crystall Ball gets its namesake, and this is also where this controller tends to really differentiate itself from the rest of the competition. Even if you bought two of them, you still would not come close to the light sensor action that you get right out of the box with the Crystall Ball.
Each sensor can be used as either to input notes, trigger effects, or modulate effects. Naonext Crystall Ball - yes, it'll look cool during a performance! The included Crystall Ball editor gives you the freedom of how the sensors will behave, and what they will do. Naonext Crystall Ball Price: Five infrared sensors with adjustable sensitivity range. Clever programming modes for splitting the controller between sensor use and normal pad triggering. A whopping 24 banks stored in ROM, each with 5 sets of 24 controls each 2, total controls Naonext Crystall-Ball MIDI Controller memory.
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- Adaptable et configurable à l'infini
Naonext Crystall-Ball MIDI Controller Incredibly strong chassis build. Controls for locking the sensor values in place. Potentially long learning curve for mastering sensor manipulation. Curious pad action sometimes frustrates playing. Tiny French company Naonext just launched inand it first concentrated on creating custom electronic music creations for individuals. With a strong metal alloy faceplate and extremely tough molded polycarbonate dome and bottom plate, the Crystall Ball feels up to the challenge of any touring rigors it would likely face. In fact, you can watch a convincing stress test video from Naonext where they run over the Crystall Ball with a small car and then continue to use it. The 24 pads and 5 sensors can send any MIDI note, program change, or control change message.
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But on top of that, the pads can be set to Crystall Ball mode where 5 Naonext Crystall-Ball MIDI Controller of 4 buttons can assign their controls to the 5 sensors and Pad mode where the pads send MIDI messages traditionally. Calling for greater interactivity, it uses your gestures to follow your sound and video effects.
Get out there and share your live act, loud and clear! Demonstration Watch the Crystall Ball in action in this tutorial video.
Infinitely adaptable and configurable With its 24 banks and Naonext Crystall-Ball MIDI Controller quick presets and limited only by your imagination, the Crystall Ball provides a palette of infinite controls to assist your creation and inspire your personal artistic style. Memorise the position of your hands With its "Mem" function, Crystall Ball memorises the position of your hands.
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An interface based on movement, the Crystall Ball allows for intuitive control of MIDI synthesizers and computer-aided creation software. More than a controller, it is an intuitive, interactive and infinitely customisable tool. In a studio or live.
Interface basée sur les mouvements, la Crystall Ball permet un contrôle intuitif de synthétiseurs MIDI ou de logiciels de création sur ordinateur.