Portable and Powerful
Finally - the controls you need when you need them. The incredibly portable Morph makes no compromises. Next-generation velocity sensitivity, and swappable hardware interfaces gives you tactile response that feels great. Use it as a MIDI controller in any software, or go deeper with integrated scripts for Bitwig Studio and Ableton Live. Polyphonic Expression (MPE) isn't limited to a piano - use it with any shape and any control.
- Unmatched pressure sensitivity
- Per-note pressure, pitch bend, and timbre (MPE)
- Bluetooth or USB connection
- Make beats, melodies, and mixes
- Control your DAW
- A truly portable design
- More than music - video, illustration, typing, and inventing
It distinguishes itself [over an iPad] by being robust, highly
responsive, and tactile: the overlays are textured with relief patterns that make
the device more playable than the flat glass screen an iPad provides. -Sound on Sound
I had a lot of fun with Sensel's Morph. It's a highly unusual product but brilliantly executed. It's incredibly well-designed...The potential uses for it are so deep that I could only really scratch the surface during my testing. -Engadget
It encourages … our need to explore. While every single specialist professional tech gadget encourages you to master one craft, the Morph lets you either master a craft or experiment with many. -Yanko Design
One gadget gives you a universe of control.
Free licenses for the incredible Arturia Analog Lab Lite and innovative Bitwig Studio 8-Track mean you can start playing right away.
Tight integration with Ableton Live and Bitwig Studio means you can focus on the music, not the map.
Make it your own with the SenselApp. Reprogram it to your own workflow, mixing MIDI, keystrokes, mouse, and more. All in one surface.
Music In Many Dimensions
The Morph can do it all. The velocity-sensitive keyboard and drumpads give you what you’d expect. The overlays give you want you need.
Use the SenselApp to put it in MPE mode, and now you can explore what electronic music has been missing: a real connection to you.
MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) gives each finger control over pitch, timbre, volume, and more. With software such as Bitwig Studio, Analog Damage Quanta, ROLI Equator, Apple’s Logic Pro X and Garageband, MPE lets you discover playable sound design.
Customers Love their Morph:
I've tried quite a few multi-touch controllers including the Linnstrument, ROLI Seaboard, and ROLI Lightpad and must say that the
Morph really is in a league of its own. The touch position precision, the pressure sensitivty, and the API are all superior to those
I’m constantly touring. The Morph has been a perfect companion for staying productive on the road. At home, I have a Push, but I’m getting so used to the Morph, I find myself using it more and more in the studio.
I think that it's an excellent control surface with a ton of versatility. It was the only thing I brought with me on vacation last month other than my laptop.
This is one of those rare cases where someone built an incredible product and made it work with everything.
Computer music has frustrated me beyond belief for about 10 years, and the morph is so far the simplest and FASTEST input device I’ve ever used.
Don’t Wait to Innovate
With the Innovator’s Overlay and the SenselApp Overlay Designer, you can draw out your own controls, and make a custom controller in minutes.
Play with isomorphic layouts to make melodies easier, make a bunch of MIDI XY pad for stunning interactive effects, or layout the keyboard shortcuts you need in one big button.
You don’t have to settle for what you can buy - you can DIY.
Details and Specs
The Morph is beautifully and thoughtfully designed. Scroll down to see how it maximizes playability and portability. Need more info? Check our comprehensive guide for more numbers, setups, and API documentation.
The Morph does more than Music. Just change the overlays, and you’ll be typing up some new plans, editing video with Adobe Premier, gaming with easy access to macros, or making your own next generation interface.