this is the BI1brainterface Desktop Edition, the first that will be sold.
The BI1brainterface, brainwaves to midi/cv control of musical instruments (and more) is coming. The BI1brainterface is compatible with the Neurosky MindWaveMobile® headset.
The following is a quick render of the desktop version. There will be, of course, also the eurorack module!
We are testing the protoypes right now and starting the production, due on the second half of september. We are very excited about this new product and there will be many new materials online soon.
We just want to signal the first BI1brainterface performance that will be held inside the Acusmatiq 9.0 festival in Italy: www.acusmatiq.it
This is a very important day for soundmachines! Exactly one year ago, on the 8th of July 2013 we sold our first module.
We come a long way and, tough being a very young company, we already have hundreds of people around the world playing with our modules, giving us feedbacks and new ideas.
This is exciting, and it’s just the beginning!!!!!!!!!!
We are preparing lots of new stuff for you, and in the next months new modules will be put on the market!
We want to thank you, the customers, the supporters, the distributors, all the friends of this page and everyone who shares our passion.
Made In Italy, with a Lot of Love.
you can find an interesting TV article regarding the BI1brainterface on the youtube channel of the Richard Fowler show.
The Richard Fowler Show is a Washington DC based webTV and radio.
Yesterday we announced on our Facebook page the availability, later this spring (May/June) of the first brain to modular synthesizer (and MIDI) interface.
Compatible with the Neurosky Mindwave Mobile headset, the interface will trasform your barinwaves in control voltages (and MIDI messages) to modulate, transformate, play your sound creation.
The module has 11 analog outputs (related to Meditation, Attention, 8 EEG bands and the RAW EEG signal) and 1 GATE signal (with a variable threshold) and it will be programmable by the user (MIDI channel, cc, etc..) through a (supplied) USB/serial cable.
The module will have an optional ‘microcase’ for everyone interested in this technology but not in the eurorack format environment (CV synths, 5U modulars, MIDI synths and devices….)
Availability and Price will be communicated soon.
Here are some new videos that sums up the functionalities of those two modules. Both will be available to order end of Jan, beginning of February, as usual in Europe and USA !!
Let’s start with the UL1uloop, a 4hp lo-fi performance oriented sampler/looper !
Then have a look at the final release of the SY1synesthesia, your gateway to the world of DMX lighting!
We filmed a couple of videos that show some functionalities of the upcoming DC1drumcomputer and the RC1radiostar sequencer core!
Our friend and organizer of Modulol, Joao Ceser, gave this interview to the most known DJ and Producers Magazine in Italy. The second meeting was about our modules!!!!!
we worked secretively on this new module in the last few months, and now we would like to present it officially on the site.
The DC1drumcomputer is a pattern based trigger sequencer with many traditional features and a handful of twists for your beat/trigger creativity. It is an 8 track 16step trigger seq with Load/Store capabilities (up to 128 patterns), pattern lenght (global), track len (for each one!), swing/shuffle, internal clock generation or external slave-ing, and the classical start/stop/pause commands.
The interface is a etch-a-sketch, or X-Y based, by means of a dotmatrix led display and two encoders with pushbutton. In any state, you can ‘point’ the step that you want to activate/deactivate with the encoders and push to change its state. The encoders are metal shaft, automotive type products to ensure durability and stiffness.
The twists are coming in the form of 4 independent CV inputs that are totally configurable, each one, to influence the following stuff: bpm, track lenght (individual!), shuffle, beat density, pattern jump, randomize, track mute, etc…. By pressing the CVin button (A,B,C,D) and simply turning the encoder you enable the input to change the parameter that is shown in pseudomnemonic code on the display.
The following picture shows the prototype!