Source Audio debuts Hot Hand USB
Source Audio announces the availability of a new version of their Hot Hand wireless MIDI controller with a USB receptor.
Just like the other Hot Hand versions, the Hot Hand USB includes an accelerometer-equipped wireless ring, but the motion signals are sent to a USB receptor connected to a computer.
This new version allows for remote wireless control of most of the MIDI compatible software settings, such as Ableton Live, Reason, Pro Tools, Logic, Traktor, Serato...
The Hot Hand USB is completed with a downloadable software editor, through which you will setup the Hot Hand USB system (signal control assigning, MIDI message type choosing...).
The system is powered by a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery for a 6 hours of use approximately.
Visit www.sourceaudio.net for further details.
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