Designed with Erik Norlander (Alesis Andromeda) this little monosynth really does impress with its sound and capabilities. UNO is now available to own and it'll be interesting to see what people do with it.
More groovebox action from Denmark's Gotharman's Musical Instruments. This time the deFormer 3 includes 16 light-up buttons for easier step sequencing of the multiple synth, sampler, noise and audio tracks.
Through motion sensors, induction, conduction and touching fruit you can trigger nodes that play notes and generate tunes from playful interaction. Playtronica pulls everyday objects into electronic music.
The NSynth algorithm extracts characteristics from a handful of sounds to interpolate a gazillion others letting you play in the space between instruments. It's experimental, open source and backed by Google.
StageLight 3.5 works some magic into the Drum Machine with multiple lanes of automation, enhances the mixing experience and sorts out the browser. There's no DAW on Windows, Android or MacOS as touchable.
XG, Touch Innovation's magnificent touchscreen MIDI controller is the knobby, posh, over-compensating DJ-ing version of an iPhone X. If you really, really want this, be prepared re-mortgage your house.
Get your fingers into your modular with the Intellijel Tetrapad. Four strips of force, position and pressure sensitive material that can be used to send notes, chords, voltage, control, LFO and all sorts.
Wired Heart is a very affordable digital synthesizer with touch sensor control and light sensitivity. Just another weird maker of noise or is it lovable enough to stay in your hands for more than a minute?
You can now adorn yourself with gold leaf tattoos that carry MIDI and controller information directly from your touch into your DAW or MIDI instruments and sound sources. It's wearing music on your skin.