NAMM 2012 - Teenage Engineering Adds Sensors You Can Wear

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IMG_0716Teenage Engineering had some interesting surprises this year one of them being the "Oplab." It's a plug-and-play experimental board allowing you to interconnect virtually any electronic musical instrument. They have also turned a small hard drive into a controller from which you can "scratch" with, among other things, and found a shoe company that installs their MIDI "flip," "tap," and "poke" pads. If you are making shoegaze, now you can do it quite literally. I love freeform innovations like this.
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