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Cube Culture: MIDI Stick

by Paul Barton-Davis

I am primarily a developer of open source software for audio+MIDI work under Linux, but I also dabble in experimental composition and sound sculpting. I have two closely related projects with the I-CubeX: the MIDI Stick, which is a custom-designed control surface for controlling MIDI sound sources, and "icube", an editor and sensor mapper for Linux. "icube" can do several kinds of mappings that Infusion's own software does not, and it also can map a single sensor to a variety of different MIDI data streams. The MIDI Stick (when finished) will have 4 Turn, 4 Touch, 4 MiniTouch, and 2 Slide sensors, along with an area to "tap" a DataGlove. The digitizer is mounted to the back of the MIDI Stick, and the whole instrument can be played somewhat like a guitar or one of the portable "synth axes" that were popular for an instant in the 1970's and early 1980's.

7 september 2000

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