Evo keyboard: piano keys + capacitive touch

December 12 2012

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Many people have probably thought about this nice combo of tradition piano keys and touch sensors, but only clever germans made it happen! Yest it’s pricey, but it seems very well manufacture, based on custom hardware controller they had to develop. Now that is a crazy amount of parameters/variables to map :-)

Standard keyboards give you control over the pitch and a broad sound shaping parameter based on how hard the key is pressed, but these options are only available at the moment the key is pressed. Wouldn’t it be much nicer if you could change the sound of a note while holding it without having to take your finger off the key or cut off one of your hands while playing?

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July 28 2015

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