AeroMIDI Trial

Make music with your hands. Go buttonless with AeroMIDI!
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AeroMIDI is the virtual 3D glue between your music and your hands.

What does AeroMIDI do?

AeroMIDI allows you to use your hands in 3D space to trigger notes and MIDI continuous controller messages. AeroMIDI works with any MIDI software or hardware! Control synthesizers, lighting rigs, DAWs, effects, virtual instruments, and any other MIDI-capable hardware or software with AeroMIDI!

Ever had the desire to control more than two knobs at a time? With AeroMIDI, you can control six expression parameters with just one hand. Or use both hands and control 12 expression parameters at one time. Add in cubes or zones and you can trigger events, beats or notes. Perform a gesture, such as a two-fingered swipe to the left and, suddenly, you have a whole new mode or set of expression controls and MIDI actions.

AeroMIDI is the virtual 3D glue between your music and your hands.. Prepare to create and shape music in a whole new way.

*** This is the trial version of AeroMIDI and is limited in the fact that it does not save ***

Features
  • Move and rotate your hand & finger movements into MIDI with incredibly low latency.
  • Play notes by triggering 3D zones.
  • Perform gestures to send MIDI data or switch modes.
  • Configurable 3D cubes let you build your own custom controller interface.
  • Simultaneously control MIDI expression parameters in the three dimensions (left to right, front to back and top to bottom)
  • Control MIDI expression by rotating your hand around the three axes (roll, pitch and yaw)
  • Works with any MIDI software or MIDI hardware

Use examples include:

  • Starting and stopping (retriggering) music loops.
  • Beat juggling by moving or rotating your hands.
  • Controlling any synthesizer or effect parameters such as resonance, glide or a dubstep wobble.
  • Control MIDI enabled lighting equipment and visualizers.
  • Playing notes and chords
Click 'Save As' to upgrade from within the trial app.

What's New

Version 1.0
Release notes

Full version price lowered to $29.99 during introductory period.

Please make sure to run the AeroMIDI dependency MIDI driver installer. AeroMIDI needs this in order to talk to other MIDI software!

#Changes in 1.0
This is a major update! AeroMIDI now tracks your hands and gestures via "Action Cards".

  • Gestures trigger actions
  • Left/Right hand movements in X,Y,Z, Yaw,Pitch,Roll to MIDI messages
  • Create scales or chords to play along any axis.
  • New fixed camera mode
  • Old camera mode available in the settings. Also try the Oculus Rift mode, for those with an Oculus.
  • New easy cube mode that makes it easier to trigger a cube.
  • MIDI Thru support
  • Much more!
Changes in 0.94
  • Exit cube message now works properly. It was mistakenly firing the enter cube setting.
  • Duplicate midi messages when clicking the status bar keyboard now fixed.
  • Now offsetting cubes when they are duplicated. (Towards the camera.)
  • Project file association with AeroMIDI. You can double click an AeroMIDI project and it launches AeroMIDI. (You will need to manually associated .aeromidi files with AeroMIDI)
  • Double click a cube to bring up its properties.

Ratings & Reviews

  • really like the app

    4 of 5
    by koreysmith123 – July 27

    I really like the application but I think they should lower the price down to something like $30 so that more people can buy it.

    5 out of 8 customers found this review helpful


  • ♪ Used for Rock Band ♫

    4 of 5
    by HerpesFree – August 4

    So yes, you can check me sucking ass in Rock Band while I use AeroMIDI in all it's glory: http://youtu.be/gyVubZcniFs Although I think the price is too high, I still gave it four stars for it's potential; $15 would be the sweet spot and $20 should be at most.

    1 out of 2 customers found this review helpful


  • perhaps it's just me but...

    2 of 5
    by pip23 – August 9

    [refers to trial version] first load, seemed to trun off my DAW's access to the audio output second load, by opening DAW before AeroMIDI got the audio output, could use the mouse to play notes on the keyboard in Aero but the Cubes didn't seem to want to link to the notes or produce output. gave in and loaded Mixcfraft with similar results. > will try again tomorrow but not hopeful :|

     


Information
    Platform: Windows
    Version: 1.0
    Size: 12.9 MB
    Age Rating: 3+
System Requirements
  • Windows 7 or 8
  • i3 2GHz or greater
  • 4GB RAM or greater
  • 50MB Hard Drive Space
  • MIDI enabled software or hardware, such as Mixcraft or Abelton Live.