Digital advancements in software flexibility are great, but there's no substitute for tactile control of parameters that you're adjusting frequently in creative endeavors. It's why retro-style cameras like the Fuji X100T have become so immensely popular, and why artists will spend thousands of dollars on graphics tablets or mix control surfaces.
Enter Palette — a very clever way to give true customizable tactile control to your favorite creative applications. Begin with one of three starter kits, add or subtract as you see fit, move around the pieces to your liking, and begin customizing what these controls do. All it requires is one "Core" module, and all additional modules snap together magnetically in any configuration you'd like.
The Palette works natively with many of the Adobe Creative Cloud applications including Photoshop and Lightroom, but can also be configured to trigger keyboard shortcuts, MIDI control changes, and much more to come soon. The possibilities are endless with something like this.
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