aerogramma at yahoo.it
Tue Feb 19 23:55:54 CET 2008
well then here's a bit of unreasonable advice for you then :)
i did build a reactable and its completely different than just
pushing down buttons on a sequencer, the physical interaction you
have with the sound is something new [and i'm sure it's quite in the
spirit of bob moog's attempts to devise alternative controllers to
it's easy, it's cheap, it's inspiring...why not?
all the best!
On Feb 19, 2008, at 11:22 PM, anthony wrote:
> I think that's what I needed to hear. I needed the voice of reason
> to talk me down. I mean I have a Yamaha QY-10 and a PC that I use
> JUST to run Arturia's Moog Modular. It's not a laptop, but it's a
> tiny tower with an LCD monitor bolted right to it and a cheap
> soundcard with a decent MIDI port and ASIO4All gives me super low
> latency. I need a trackball to complete the interface, but it's sweet.
> I don't really need the QY-10 to make the Moog Modular go, since
> the Moog has it's own sequencer. But the QY-10 let's me run whole
> songs to it. I've been thinking of running it with Fruity Loops,
> but the PC is doing all it can to run the Moog.
>> No matter how hard I think, I can't imagine a situation where a
>> ReacTable would be any advantage at all, in making music.
>> Compared to a laptop.
>> True, it's clever & has a huge 'gee-whiz" factor. But... that's it!
>> Paul Perry (Melbourne Australia)
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