Gliss turns your iOS device into an expressive, motion-based controller for music, designed to be connected to MiMU’s desktop application Glover.
Gliss wirelessly sends your device’s motion sensor data to your computer so that you can use your iPhone or iPad to control music software.
For example, you can:
– Tilt your device to add effects to your voice.
– Make sharp movements for air drums.
– Control synth parameters using gestures.
– Trigger samples without touching your computer.
Not only does Gliss automatically detect and send your device’s gyroscope/accelerometer data (as pitch, yaw and roll), you can also teach it to recognise the manner in which you move your fingers over the screen and start using the touch-responsive surface of your iOS device for making music.
Connect Gliss with MiMU’s desktop app Glover over Wi-Fi and map your movement signals to control any live music / video software or hardware that supports MIDI or OSC. Some examples include Ableton Live, Logic Pro X, Mainstage, Max/MSP, Unity, FL Studio and many more.
Music is a way to express ourselves and so the way we control music should be expressive too.
Detection of movements using the built-in accelerometer and gyroscope in your device.
On screen detection of multi-touch gestures.
BUTTONS AND SLIDERS.
Send triggers and control faders.
Get feedback from your computer via colours and the vibration modes on the device.