Introducing: Digitone Keys


#796

lovely! :smiley:


#797

Yes its awesome! Even as a non Designer its very enjoyable.


#798

No sand in the box? :thinking:

Have fun! :slight_smile:


#799

Haha, yes…no sand. Only a big poster. I think about putting it into a frame and stick it to the wall behind my iMac. Looks really nice!


#800


#802

thank you!


#803


#804

Somehow they missed the opportunity to fit that angles between dnk and analog mk2’s.
But that’s just ocd I guess.


#805

To fit my Make Noise 104hp 3he Eurorack case beneath it, i probably need to woodwork something clever…


#807

I see you use Ableton.

Could you tell me if the Digitone-keys is working fine with Overbridge and Ableton ?

Also, will the Digitone-keys work as a controller for Ableton ?
Just for inputting notes… As an added sweetener can it be used as a controller for Ableton devices?
Maybe using the 8 controller knobs for macro control…
Thanks!


#808

the skiff? seems like it would fit great right above the keys, right? maybe just on a tilted laptop stand (or two). I think there’s some 3D printed stands for tilting the skiff too.


#809

Haven´t tried the DK with OB and Ableton yet.

IIRC in the interview between Nick Batt and Cenk about the DK, Cenk said, that the DK can work as a midi controller. If you want to be sure, check the manual:

14.3.4 MIDI EXT MENU

The Digitone Keys has a very flexible MIDI CONTROLLER mode that lets you use the Digitone Keys’s[KEYBOARD] and other controllers to control external devices via MIDI. Press [MIDI EXT] page69image4167621504|9.522000x9.551000to toggle the MIDI CONTROLLER mode on/off.


#810

Hmmm i try later. Just came home from work. Need. Food. Drink.


#811

Yep, I’ve read the manual but I wasn’t certain about it working with Ableton devices or just hardware boxes… I’m sure it would do.

Cheers.


#812

Well, i see no reason why it can not.


#813

DK has arrived today and will pair with Octa MKI, CP88 and Prophet XL.

Inspiring setup.


#814

Thanks for sharing, have fun!!


#815


Yeah, so this happened … a few hours in, it’s hard not to love these new set of keys.