Miselu Neiro Keyboard is an Android-Based Instrument


Just when we thought we’d seen it all with Android, another company stretches the boundaries (at this point, there seems to be no boundary). Miselu has introduced the Miselu Neiro, a musical keyboard that is Android-powered and will be compatible with music composition applications.

Above a 25-key MIDI keyboard sits a wide display which will run the apps. Miselu is counting on developers creating original applications for the device. iOS developer Retronyms will bring their applications over for this unique project.

On the keyboard will be two MIDI ports, two USB ports, an HDMI port, RCA audio in/out, and an SD card slot, just as you would find on any standard MIDI keyboard. The device will utilize Yamaha’s Audio Engine NSX-1 sound chip to produce realistic and accurate sounds. Unfortunately what you see below is only a render but Miselu is definitely working on making this a reality. Find a video demo above. [via The Verge]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. If I can dock my transformer into it then I’m excited.

  2. As a developer it seems like way to much work to create apps for this when the user base will probably be about 4 people…

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