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About Keith McMillen

Keith McMillen

Keith McMillen Instruments develops innovative hardware and software technologies that allow musicians to interface with computers in exciting new ways.

Based in Berkeley, California, KMI's products provide today's musician with the tools needed to bring new dimensions of expression and control to their performance. They believe when a computer is played as a musical instrument it should feel and respond like one, with all the nuance and sensitivity that makes an instrument musical.

Who is Keith McMillen?
Keith McMillen has been an innovator in audio and music technology for nearly 30 years. He has been working his entire adult life on one single problem - how to play live interactive music in an ensemble using extended instruments moderated by computer intelligence. This goal has required him to create dozens of new instruments, patented inventions and numerous successful companies in order to advance the technology sufficiently to reach his musical objectives.

Keith began his audio career in 1979, when he founded Zeta Music. The company's revolutionary electronic instrument designs created a new market in the music industry, and the brand Zeta is the "gold standard" for electric and electronic string instruments. After founding several companies and consulting for many major manufacturers, he Keith now heads Keith McMillen Instruments.

Today Keith McMillen products are innovative control devices that bridge the divide between man and machine, as always offering that tactile control and bringing new playability to digital instruments. At Store DJ we understand Keith McMillen’s products and design philosophy. We think instruments should be expressive. Visit us in store to see how a Keith McMillen controller could fit into your setup.

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