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Superbooth 2019: Mine S lets you create your own custom modular MIDI controller, then change it if you want to

Superbooth 2019: We’ve seen various ‘build you own MIDI controller’ platforms in the past, but Specialwaves thinks that it’s come up with the “most adaptable” modular option yet.

Mine S comprises a case that can hold up to 32 modules from the following list:

  • Pot Module: 270° rotary potentiometer (1x1 position)
  • Pad Module: Pressure sensitive Pad with customizable RGB Led (1x1 position)2 Buttons Module: 2 toggle on/off Pads with customizable RGB Led (1x1 position)
  • Encoder Module: Infinite Encoder with mappable Push button and Green Led Ring (1x1 position)
  • Slider Module: 60mm travel linear potentiometer (1x3 position)
  • Blank Module: For covering the empty spaces on the case (1x1 position)

Modules can be positioned both horizontally and vertically, and you can configure them however you like. What’s more, they’re hot-swappable, so can be replaced as you play. Mapping can be done using the proprietary Controller Editor Software.

The Mine S is currently the subject of an Indiegogo campaign, with pledges starting at $285 for a starter pack. 

Ben Rogerson

I’m the Group Content Manager for MusicRadar, specialising in all things tech. I’ve been playing the piano, gigging in bands and failing to finish tracks at home for more than 30 years, 20 of which I’ve also spent writing about music technology. 

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