• Punktronica emancipates DJing with CTRLTAR

    I recently came across Dallas based artist Punktronica (Timothy Pollux) on a flyer for a friend’s event.  One look at him and his massive blinking wearable controller, the CTRLTAR, had me wanting to know more. non-prescription generic cialis Shakey: What Is the CTRLTAR? Punktronica: The...
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  • Zayik makes controller design easy

    By Phaded Vision   No stranger to the custom controller scene, Dave Cross from 60 Works has teamed up with Mark Hiner (Pierced Veil Projects), Kenneth Graham (Hale Microsystems) and Front Panel Express to bring you Zayik. Pronounced like “mosaic,” this site allows you to...
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  • Hacking the new VCI-400 with Max for Live

    By Nonagon The VCI-400 — Vestax’s upcoming all-in-one MIDI controller / audio interface — might look like a DJ’s wet dream, but the trusty two decks and a mixer layout belies its power as a fully-configurable, fully-customizable performance platform.  Contributing controllerist Nonagon spent a few...
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  • Control dubstep wobbles with Kinect!

    The Kinect, Microsoft’s awesomely versatile infrared camera system, is starting to become a staple in the controllerism world. So it seems wholly inevitable that someone would use the Kinect to control the wobbly dubstep bass sound that we all know and love. best viagra deal...
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