Kenton Electronics, longtime makers of utilitarian gear for combining analog and digital worlds, announced the Pro CV-to-MIDI. We're all familiar with MIDI-to-CV, but this box works in the other direction: It takes any control voltage (CV) signal -- whether it's being used for pitch-bend, modulation, or anything else -- and converts it to MIDI continuous controller data. It tracks with incredible accuracy, and supports the industry standard Volt/Octave system, the 1.2V/Octave system used by EML and Buchla, and the Hz/Volt system used by Korg and Yamaha.
This means anything coming out of any analog synth or module, from a modular synth to a Theremin, can be captured as data for sequencing or driving further performances on MIDI-equipped synths.
The Pro CV-to-MIDI is available now at a price of approximately 133 GBP including VAT, or approximately US $170. Click here for more information.