“Top Billin” Midi Fighter Spectra Design Contest Winners
These days, the way your gear looks is just as important as how it performs. In fact, some will purchase controller A over controller B, simply because controller A looks cooler, or perhaps it comes in a color that controller B does not come in. Manufacturers are well aware of this too, and the color that they produce is always a considered before a product is released. Sometimes, they even hold back on giving color options, only to re-release the same product in a hard to get color like white, red, or blue. Even if you cannot buy something in the color you want – that doesn’t mean that you can’t have the color you want.
If you own a Technics 1200 turntable, you only get two choices in color: silver, or black. Since the time they were first released amateurs were finding ways to customize their decks – and it goes far beyond using stickers to say that it is truly your deck. Customizing has been the norm and it adds a bit of class to your setup. Even MIDI fighters can be customized with personal designs and logos to help it stand out from the basic 16 button MIDI controller.