Stunning Red Glitter Manson replica!

I’ve just stumbled upon great looking Matthew Bellamy’s Red Glitter Manson replica. The lucky owner of this Kaoss Pad guitar is YouTube user, Papank the tambel. He demonstrates the use of our XY MIDIpad (connected to Kaoss Pad via MIDI jack) by playing couple Muse riffs and some other stuff. He also uses his Sustainer pickup which, as some of you know, is very useful in combination with XY MIDIpad. You can watch the video on YouTube: youtube.com/watch?v=7MIMQ4Mlu3I. You must agree that this Mattocaster looks pretty amazing!

Connecting touch screen to XY MIDIpad and XY MIDIpad mini

Some of XY MIDIpad and XY MIDIpad mini owners have difficulties with inserting the touch screen ribbon to XY MIDIpad microcontroller. It’s a bit trickier than connecting other components (such as hold button, MIDI socket or encoder). This description applies to XY MIDIpad and XY MIDIpad mini.   Continue reading

Eli Grey of Sister Soleil now using XY MIDIpad

Eli Grey is another great musician who decided to use XY MIDIpad. Eli is currently the guitarist for the famous Sister Soleil, The Attraction and Controlled by Lights. It’s worth noting that Sister Soleil have recently released an amazing anti-bullying anthem Even at a Whisper (Your Voice is Power). Continue reading

XY MIDIpad or XY MIDIpad mini?

XY MIDIpad or XY MIDIpad mini?Since we introduced our latest product, XY MIDIpad mini, we’ve been getting many e-mails from clients asking which one of our MIDI controllers is the best for their Kaoss pad guitars. I’ll try to provide you with all the details needed to make this decision. Continue reading

First blog post!

Welcome to AmpTone Lab blog. Why have we decided to start our blog? To keep in touch with you in a less formal way. We believe the blog platform is perfect for this. We’ll be posting here all the interesting stuff which doesn’t fit to our official website. You can expect to see here all the XY MIDIpad facts, FAQs, our new projects info, ideas, interesting links and pictures and much more.
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Cheers,
Daniel