Laser-cut 1/8″ Birch Ply MIDI Controller | #MusicMonday @whilethegluedry

Another rad project from Brandon from while the glue dries. This time it’s a laser-etched 1/8″ birch plywood MIDI controller, where the buttons to depress are spirals that have been designed in such a way to allow the material to have a button-and-spring-like action. The end result looks – and sounds! – great:

(Here’s to hoping Brandon uploads the code to his Github repo 😉 )

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