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MeeBlip synthesizers are not polite, and they’re not pristine. They’re deceptively tiny, simple instruments that make big, grimy sounds. We’ll be releasing a couple of brand new MeeBlip synths in early 2019.

In the meantime, we’re excited to announce the arrival of the cubit midi splitter. It’s a clever little box that copies MIDI messages from a MIDI IN to four MIDI OUT jacks.

Our BlipCase desktop synth storage system is on sale at a special price with free shipping in the USA, too!

Hear our gear

triode user Olivier Ozoux recorded this live jam with MeeBlip triode on bass. Featuring: Squarp Pyramid sequencer, MeeBlip triode, Audiothingies MicroMonsta, Preen FM2 and Korg Electribe 2S.

What people said about our previous releases

Future Music
If you’re itching to get your hands on some physical knobs and make a few filthy sounds, the anode is a fantastic buy.

– Future Music

Keyboard Magazine
After a day in the studio it becomes clear that nothing else sounds like anode. Key Buy.

– Keyboard Magazine

Sound on Sound
This small box is bursting with possibilities.

– Sound on Sound

Resident Advisor
The anode doesn’t sound like a [KORG] Volca … It’s fatter and nastier, and it also feels like more of a staple. It has a grittier, arguably more analogue character than anything in its price range, and it’s simple yet proficient.

– Resident Advisor

Independently made

Independently made

MeeBlip triode is a project of James Grahame (blipsonic) and Peter Kirn (CDM / It's independently designed and manufactured, then hand-assembled and tested in Calgary, Canada before making its way to you.

Free and open

The MeeBlip project is fully open source hardware. It's ready to play, no assembly or hacking required. But if you do want to learn how it works or modify it, you're free to do so. Circuits and code are all available via GitHub, and are covered by a permissive Creative Commons and GPLv3 license. That means MeeBlip is an electronic instrument that gives you complete freedom for the future.
Free and open

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MeeBlip cubit 4 Port MIDI Splitter
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Our new cubit MIDI Splitter is a deceptively simple device that copies all MIDI messages received at the MIDI IN and passes them to each of the four MIDI OUT jacks. Each output is processed through an ultra-low latency active circuit.

cubit lets you share one MIDI OUT with multiple pieces of gear (no more repatching!) and easily distributes MIDI clock to your setup.

The jacks are on the top, so you can fit cubit into seriously small spaces. It's powered by a spare computer USB port (cable included) or use the optional 5V power adapter for stand-alone use.