Vidami Announces the Vidami Blue Multi-Mode Controller


Vidami has announced the brand new Vidami Blue, a multi-mode controller that frees musicians to learn, perform and create hands-free and without limits!

The power behind the Vidami Blue is in it's simple, but powerful, multi-mode design: three distinct control modes, which offer users even more hands-free control. In addition to the aforementioned Online Video Control Mode, Vidami Blue also features a DAW Control Mode, which is compatible with most major digital audio workstations (MacOS or Windows) and allows users to record, add new tracks, jump forward and back, add a metronome, and more, all hands-free.

Vidami Blue's third mode handles page turning and TAB scrolling for those using apps such as Onsong, forScore, Ultimate Guitar and Songster. This mode is not only helpful for learning songs, but also a valuable tool for live performers to change playlists, lyric sheets, or sheet music on their iPad hands-free.

Features

  • Wireless Bluetooth connection
  • Works with Windows/Mac devices
  • 5 clearly labeled switches letting players control loop and speed, play/pause, rewind, and fast-forward functions
  • Foot pedal manages the video controls of YouTube as well as more than 35 other leading online-learning websites

Vidami Blue carries a $199 MAP / street price and can be purchased at www.vidami.com.

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