Tag: Cornelia

Paper MIDI Controllers May Be On The Way

Britain’s Novalia specialises in the production of electronic music devices fashioned from unexpected surfaces, like paper. With a recent project, built as a collaboration between former physicist (and company founder) Kate Stone and Swedish musician Cornelia, the promising tech-branding company utilised conductive ink, capacitive touch and conventional electronics to provide a musical experience in a new format, combining science, design and music. When touched, Cornelia’s playable album poster plays its songs through a built in speaker, which includes volume control. In addition to the poster, the pair have also been working on a paper MIDI controller with full Ableton Live integration capabilities. The controller uses the poster’s technological framework, ... Read more