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Remidi

Remidi is a wearable music instrument, allowing your hand to play infinite combinations of notes and sounds. The wearable MIDI controller lets you ad custom sounds to your fingers and palm, and then use hand gestures to control the effects. It reacts to how long and how hard you press creating a different sound intensity and duration, and by moving your hand in different directions you can control how fast or slow your tone is, and control effects such as reverb, duration and tempo. You can create music on-the-go with the included app, roam freely at your live performance while controlling the sounds, and integrate it with top recording programs. watch the video below

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