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Ableton's Max For Live Connection Kit Makes Experimenting With Arduino, OSC, littleBits Easy

Ableton have released a free Max for Live collection of 11 devices that deserve praise and kudos. If you like the idea of connecting and controlling Arduino, OSC, Json, sensors, cameras... enjoy!

GRIDI - The World's Largest MIDI Hardware Sequencer?

So you've got your MIDI sequencer that fits neatly in your backpack? Here is GRIDI, that won't fit in your bag or a small room. This sequencer by Yuval Gerstein is big and has its own benefits.

Strange Synths: Arduino-Based Ra Laser Scans Pyrite Discs To Create Unique Synth Soundscapes

Ready to inject your Tuesday with surreal synth sensations? This video Dmitry Morozv passed to us shows his sound object/synthesizer project using lasers to scan Pyrite and create incredible sounds.

How to Build a Wireless Visual Metronome that Synchronizes with your DAW

Learn how to build your own wireless, visual metronome that flashes along (multi-coloured) to your music in a DAW with MIDI out. Liam Lacey uses Processing, Spark Core and a bit of DIY magic.

Ghost in the Guitar: How a Magnet and an Arduino Can Strum a Guitar

Before anyone else says it, 'Look Ma, No Hands!' Yes, Josh Levine has created a self-strumming guitar using an Arduino, a permanent magnet and the electromagnetic effect to play a string.

Turning a Vintage Toy Piano into a MIDI Controller Using Arduino

Could you turn a wooden toy piano into a MIDI controller? Could you do it in 24 hours? Liam Lacey did it at MIDI Hack 2015 in Berlin and won a prize too. Now you can make your own as Liam shares all.

Make Your Own MIDI Controller with Arduino, Paper and Conductive Ink

Fancy drawing your next MIDI. Yes, draw, as in with a pen on paper. Utilising conductive ink, some paper and an Arduino, you can draw it yourself as Dani Sanz shows in these videos.

3D Printers Transform 49 Floppy Disk Drives into Amazing MIDI Organ

What do you get when you combine 2 3D printers, 49 floppy disk drives, an Arduino and 12 creative minds from a German youth club? Answer: a wireless MIDI controllable organ that is very cool.

Electric Knife Orchestra: 16 Knives, An Arduino and Logic Pro Perform Stayin' Alive

Do you consider yourself to be on the cutting edge of music making? Neil Mendoza has taken that concept quite literally with his Electronic Knife Orchestra. Importantly though, it sounds incredible.

Watch This Wearable Music Controller Jacket in Action

Fashoin designer, Ylenia Gortana, has designed a rather nifty jacket that not only keeps you warm and stylish, but can be played as a MIDI controller. Check out the video of this jack in action.

An Arduino MIDI Guitar Synth That Plays Great

Curious how you can hack existing instruments and an Arduino to create your own MIDI Synth Guitar? Gr4yhound has done just that and rocks it out in this impressive video demo.