It’s still got 2 days days to go and it’s funded now!
Watching that video again and paying a little bit more attention this time round, I heard Ayah say that if your module gets manufactured then littleBit will give you 10% of the sales! That’s amazing. That all makes sense now!
Ableton have a useful page on their site that gives you more information about what to do to get a Live Lite licence from inside Gadget etc and info on exporting and Live sets.
This might be of use or interest to developers and start ups as it’s quite a good package of prizes on offer too.
MIKU STOMP is a compact effect unit for guitar that lets Hatsune Miku sing according to your guitar playing. Just connect your guitar, and Hatsune Miku sings when you play. The world’s most famous virtual singer software Hatsune Miku was developed by Crypton Future Media, which is transforming now into this effect unit utilizing the vocal synthesis technology eVocaloid™, a vocalizing effect based on Yamaha’s next-generation NSX-1 sound engine. Using your guitar to control Hatsune Miku’s vocals is an easy way to obtain a richly expressive performance that has a different character than when using step-recording or a keyboard.
* MIKU STOMP supports only single notes.
So, finally, not long to wait for the DSN-12, although I haven’t got a device that’ll actually run it! You can read their announcement on Facebook here.
In case you missed it, bitLab, the new user generated hardware portal from littleBits, has opened. I think that this is really big news. Considering they are making this a democratic process. If the community votes up a module and over 1000 user vote for it then littleBits will make it. That’s awesome.