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    Think I'll call it the MIDI Fighter Full Tilt.
    Colored LEDs, nice design

    I probably wont use it but will enjoy seeing what others will do.

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    Seems like a monome, midi fighter style.. Not really my style but cool none the less..

    I do love that quality looks like it just keeps getting. Better and better.
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    Really like the RGB Buttons and the software not sure i would use the tilt feature tho.

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    I'm with the op, looks great nice to have rgbs but the tilt movement functions
    seems like a bit of gimmick to me

    It's should of been called the MF Motion or MF Momentum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skirmitt View Post
    Why didn't they make it wireless with bluetooth for example ? It's easy to implement and the latency is good enough for a button controller like this. Perhaps that will be something in the future, if they can make this they can make it wireless :-)
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    o and all the people saying the tilt feature is hyperbole or will be embarrassing or w/e are overlooking the fact that it is probably FUN. the accelerator gaming devices(wii,kinect etc) take on a new aspect and level of immersion. the best thing about regular MF is that they are fun to play with, and anyone that can tap their foot to the beat can have fun with one.
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    I can see people like LMFAO loving it. I bet we see more of these in the hands of the crazy style of DJ/Performers that the classic midi fighter.

    Any DJ with attitude who likes to rock out will want one

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    Indeed, Karlos.

    How about you though? Do you like to rock out?
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    the innovation ean and djtt has brought into edm is exactly what this community needs. we need more live creativity and expression when preforming future electronic music on stage. dj'ing and mixing has its purpose, but its all about the big picture. this product will lead to more like it and a new age in musical history....just my 2 cents tho

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    It looks well built and engineered. It's also the first MF that I have absolutely no desire to own. I like to have a bit of a boogie when I mix but 'rocking out' - nah
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