Superbooth 2017: Continuum Fingerboard Vs. Modular Synth Using CV
In this video from Cuckoo at Superbooth 2017, we observe how a Continuum Fingerboard can be configured to control a modular synthesizer via CV (control voltage) connection.
The Continuum Fingerboard, developed by HakenAudio, is definitely one of the more powerful MIDI controllers out there, as its additional CV functionality allows for a world of devices to be controlled with its powerful 3D expressions.
- Three dimensional polyphonic playing surface.
- Internal sound generator specifically designed to take advantage of the expressive possibilities of the Continuum with up to 32 voice polyphony. Programmable via the Continuum Editor program.
- Highly optimized 16 voice Midi data output.
- Pitch resolution allows for seamless polyphonic glissandi and the ability to microtune intervals on the fly.
- Ultra-fast performance response regardless of polyphony.
- Configurable via surface interaction, external computer editor, or Midi input.
- Advanced communication to DSP hardware from Symbolic Sound Corporation.
- Internal pitch processing allows for optionally rounding finger positions to equal temperament, just, and user definable scales. This rounding is intelligent, accurately preserving vibrato and glissandi effects.
- Pitch processing allows for scalable and non-linear pitch mappings of the Continuum surface.
- Innovative dual pedal support, including “dynamic” sustain and sostenuto, allowing for continuous depth control of sustained notes.
- Mono modes which allow the user to use multiple fingers to step, retrigger, or glide between note ranges.
- Adjustable pitchbend range tailors the Continuum’s response to your Midi sound device.
- Pressure and front-to-back can be configured for any Midi continuous controller message.
- Direct integration with the Continuum Voltage Converter (CVC) for control of analog synthesizers. Each of the CVC’s 16 control voltages has a user programmable formula.
- Configurable Midi split for playing surface zone setups.