Hornberg Research hb1 MIDI Breath Station
Hornberg Research, a young german company, debuts with a new high-end MIDI breath controller, called hb1 MIDI Breath Station.
The hb1 MIDI Breath Station combines a wooden and stainless steel mouthpiece and silicone hose, a precision pressure sensor also made of wood and steel, with a necklace, and a control box that features a MIDI interface and a screen on which you can see the MIDI breath value in real time. A MIDI Merge function is also available.
9 parameters are available, for which you can save up to 25 presets each: release, dynamic attack, drive, offset, realtime data reduction, realtime signal reverse and limit, MIDI channel and continuous controller.
The control box includes USB and standard MIDI ports (1 in and 2 outs) and can operate in standalone or with a computer. The unit is USB powered (supply included).
The hb1 MIDI Breath Station is available for 890€. You’ll find all the details at hb1 MIDI Breath Station.
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