« NUANCES (shades). This word is used in music to denote the various modifications of time, force, and expression, which are the most prominent characteristic of modern music, whether indicated by the composer or inserted by the performer. »
I’m receiving a lot of inquiries about this Midi Controller. I’m a music composer, and at first I made it for my own use. I’m making some small batches of it. If you are interested, be prepared to wait, I’m hand making those at home, I don’t want my music studio to be a warehouse or a factory. I’m building them on my spare time, and I’m not able to build hundreds of them each month.
About Nuances Nuances is a hand made midi controller based on an ATmega microcontroller in an oiled wood case. - It is USB powered and natively recognised by your DAW on MacOs & Windows as "NuancesMidiController" without any driver. - Each fader transmits only Midi CC value. - You can press the switch to change each Midi controller number your custom MIDI CC choice is stored in ROM - 3 faders 6 cm travel - A tiny oled screen displays the midi controller number on the top and the value on the bottom. The display goes to sleep after 2 minutes of inactivity in order to increase life span. - Braided standard USB cable : about 1,8 m - Size : 9,6 cm x 13,5 cm and about 3,2 cm high + 1,5 cm for the faders
Price for a Nuances controller is 220€ plus shipping
If the product is out of stock, sorry, you will have to wait I build more units… (Depending of my music work, I’m only building about 30 Nuances Controller each month)
Paypal paiement only
I will ship from France and will not be responsible for any import taxes in your country
Sorry, but no VAT recovery (TVA non applicable – article 293 B du CGI)
I will do my best to repair your Nuances Controller if it fails.
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