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When can I get a MIDUM?

We hope to be able to release MIDIUM in Q1 of 2023. Sign up to the newsletter to stay updated on this.

What is MIDUIM going to cost?

We are expecting a retail price of USD560/EUR570/GBP500 +VAT and customs

MIDIUM seems to be quite advanced, is it too much for my needs?

MIDIUM sure can do a lot, but it doesn’t have to.

The simplicity of operation is equally beneficial in both simple and complex setups and makes it very easy to do the basic things you would normally do with a MIDI controller. Direct interaction on the touchscreen combined with device profiles and surfaces, makes basic tasks and operations even easier than ever before.

At the same time, this simplicity is what makes it possible to introduce the more advanced features, without requiring users to be computer scientists or user manual enthusiasts.

Technology that’s hard to use isn’t very helpful. MIDIUM aims to be the most user friendly and helpful MIDI controller.

How many MIDI messages can MIDIUM send per preset?
There is a limit to this, but the number is so high that the device in the receiveing end is likely to struggle before MIDIUM does. Unlike most MIDI controllers, MIDIUM is not based on a microcontroller with very limited memory budget, but instead has a real CPU, RAM and storage, just like your PC or smartphone.
What is the Ethernet port used for?
Initially it can be used for Firmware and Device Profile updates, that are downloaded from the internet. You can also do this via Wifi.
In future firmware versions more functionality will be added to the ethernet port
Did you say Wifi?
Yes, MIDIUM has built-in Wifi. This is for updating the firmware and fetching new device profiles.
1000mA? That sounds like a lot.

It’s more than your average tubescreamer, thats for sure. However, considering the processing power and especially the size of the display on MIDIUM, this is to be expected. A decent power supply and maybe a current doubler, should get you going.

Can I create my own Device Profile and Surfaces?
MIDIUM comes with an extensive library of device profiles for a wide range of devices, but of course there will be devices that we have not integrated yet. We plan to introduce an online tool, where new device profiles and surfaces can be created by users and uploaded to the shared online library.
Can I backup my scenes and presets and share them with my friends?
You will be able to, by uploading to an online account, that we will introduce further down the line.
Will there be a smaller version of MIDIUM?

At the moment there are no plans of such a device
There is a limit to how much we could reduce the screen size and the spacing between footswitches without sacrificing the user experience.

Is there an external editor or an app?
Not at the moment.
What are the expansion modules?

Expansion modules are hardware additions that can be installed in MIDIUM.

The specifc expansion modules are still on the drawing board. Which ones will be available and when is still unkown, but ideas for modules include:

  • Additional 5 pin MIDI ports
  • Analog CV in/out
  • Channel switching relays
  • MIDI compliant USB client port
  • DMX out ports
Why is my question not listed here?

We probably haven’t received it yet. Feel free to reach out on Discord with questions, ideas, etc.

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