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Vavdo A2 MIDI Controller

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Vavdo has announced that the Vavdo A2 controller is now available.

According to Vavdo, the A2 knobs, buttons & Leds are designed are to allow simultaneous gestures from all your fingers.

 

Key Features:

  • Vavdo A2 is designed to help artists, researchers or users interact with software by using 6 knobs, 5 buttons & 6 programmable rgb leds.
  • You can map physical controls to various software parameters.
  • The triple color LEDs adds visual feedback and are programmed using Open Sound Control.
  • With the native software drivers you can access OSC or MIDI data. Any software that can send or receive these communication protocols is compatible. Examples are music DAWs, synthesizers, video software, programming environments, etc. By using a computer you can also control hardware devices such as micro-controllers, hardware synths/samplers, OSC controllers, etc.
  • A2 comes also with a library of software.


Specifications:

  • USB Connection:
    • Communication: OSC and MIDI
    • Power: USB bus powered
  • Input-Output:
    • 6 Potentiometers: 1-turn, 10bit-1024 steps, 100.000 lifecycles
    • 5 Buttons: short stroke for direct tactile feedback, 100.000 lifecycles
    • 6 RGB LEDs programmable with OSC
  • Electronics:
    • Microcontroller: Custom Vavdo Board based in atmel avr
    • Automated and manual optical inspection following IPC610D Standard
  • Materials:
    • Front Panel: 1.5mm Stainless Steel INOX
    • Wood Enclosure: Solid 22mm Melia (mahogany family: meliaceae)
    • Wood Base: 4mm Birch plywood
    • Knobs: PA 6
    • Wood Varnish: colorless mat
  • Metrics:
    • Dimensions: 22 x 14 cm
    • Height: 2.7 cm (with knobs: 4.5 cm)
    • Weight: 0.8 kgr
    • Knobs diameter: 24 & 32 mm
    • Buttons diameter: 4 mm

 

Pricing & Availability:

The Vavdo A2 is available now at the introductory price of €230.

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