Livid, the organisation that makes a series of boutique controllers, software, and the DIY springboard the Builder, recently announced its latest refinement of its Block controller.
Two 1/4″ jacks are joined by a pin header connection which adds capacity for a further eight controls
The block controller itself features a 64 button matrix, eight pots, two sliders, and a few function buttons; it’s a controller that works best when allowed to concentrate on its ‘thing’, and so pairing it with something else is often a desirable solution.
The newly included expansion board provides a solution to that issue, though, whilst simultaneously appeasing many an electronic musician’s tinkering instinct.
Two 1/4″ jacks, for pedals or other analogue controls are joined by a pin header connection which adds capacity for a further eight controls into the mix.
We really like the idea of a ‘semi DIY’ controller, which allows you to bolster a central premise with your own specific workflow enhancers – more from us when we fool around with one soon, until which you can head over to Livid’s site for more…