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The Kyub is a Maker-Friendly musical interface (MIDI) kit using Open Source Software and easily assembled at home by just about anyone. Read more

Milwaukee, WI Hardware
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The Kyub is a Maker-Friendly musical interface (MIDI) kit using Open Source Software and easily assembled at home by just about anyone.

Milwaukee, WI Hardware
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    1. Creator Jody Reeme on April 27, 2014

      I'm sorry this project didn't get funded. I think it is a really cool idea! Does the Maker organization every fund projects that they sell through their distribution channels? You raised a fair amount of money, maybe it's just a matter of encouraging your funders do post messages on Facebook or forward to their email distribution lists. If you'd like, send me an email and I'll send you some sample messages I received from other Kickstarter campaigns. My email is: jody.reeme@gmail.com. Also, if the materials are available would it be possible to buy a kit or a pre-made prototype?

    2. Creator Kyub Music LLC on April 23, 2014

      No need to cancel your Kickstarter pledges. They cancel automatically when we miss our goal (inevitable at this point, alas). Sorry any confusion.

    3. Creator Rich Fox on April 22, 2014

      Hi. I went over to Celery and made the purchase there. Should I cancel my Kickstarter pledge?

    4. Creator Seyha on April 20, 2014

      @Ruud +1

    5. Creator Ruud on April 20, 2014

      HI,
      I just read update 5 but believe it is still possible to make this a successful Kickstarter.
      Just try to get more publicity by sending press releases and emails to all geek and music websites. I found you through hackaday.com but I am sure there are more "hackers" interested in the Kyub and have seen some spectacular raise in numbers in the last few days of a project. Good Luck and if Kickstarter did not work I will certainly buy one at https://www.trycelery.com/shop/kyub

      Ruud van der Pluijm