Update: EPiCK is now running on a modern upright piano action: click here to watch the demo

EPiCK is your keyboard midification kit of choice with physical modeling of a (grand) piano action. Watch the Rhodes Demo here:

Go to the ‘about’ page to learn more!

Update: Interested in a retrofit/midifying kit for your piano/rhodes/hammond organ? Please answer my Poll on the right bar!

Update: EPiCK is now running on an old piano action: click here to watch the demo.

Update: EPiCK is now featuring polyphonic aftertouch: click here to watch a first demo.

This page is a teaser giving you some popular recordings I’ve made with EPiCK. Please enjoy it and read the blog if you’re also interested in technical details about the project.


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  1. This is awesome. Check out my MIDI gizmo:

  2. awesome it will be after adding masterpieces will an oeuvre to all humankind (philharmonic)…all masters will be thanks full to you. music needs no mortal language and ur decoding it to amateur and professionals equally. ur work might be a step to man towards a new world “eine neue Utopie” .and when u have time add kinderzsezen and schlummerlied by schumann. thx once again . and best luck EPiCK..THANK SIR…..merci.

  3. Is it ok if I use part of your article in an article I am writing? I will credit you and link back to your article.

  4. please contact me asap. Thanks

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  6. Sebastian, Just wantyed to say hello and see how you are and what’s new with Epick. Any chance of developing it for a Hammond organ? I’m still unable to find another method to work and wish you’d consider it. Let me know, buddy. Bruce

  7. Sebastian,

    I’m interested in your work from a slightly different point of view. One big limitation of the piano is that keyboards come in one size, whereas human hands come in many sizes. Custom keyboards are very expensive, so few pianists have had the chance to play on a keyboard properly sized to their hands. I am one of them, and the difference is like night and day. Things that I had practiced without success for years suddenly became no problem at all.

    I’m interested in manufacturing personal digital keyboards that come in graduated sizes. That means either: 1) a series of sensor bars with graduated key-to-key spacings, or 2) one sensor bar with flexible key-to-key spacing.

    I am equipped for woodworking, metal working and electronics (which I first learned near Darmstadt, years ago), and am prepared to invest time and money in this project. If you would like to discuss, please reply to the email address provided below.

    Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

    John Alsina

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