[sdiy] tactile PG800 for Roland JX-8p

Mattias Rickardsson mr at analogue.org
Sun May 5 05:58:20 CEST 2019


Googling for "tft tactile" there's an unproportional amount of search
results in French, and it seems like "touch screen" translates to "écran
tactile". Some shift in the meanings of the words there, it seems. Not the
worst example of tech term translation though. :-)

/mr

Den sön 5 maj 2019 04:05 <rsdio at audiobanshee.com> skrev:

> That is really cool !
>
>
> Usually, though, the word “tactile” is reserved for systems that give some
> sort of feedback to the user - like motorized faders that you can actually
> feel. A stronger word for this is “haptic” - and the key is that you don’t
> have to look at the controls in order to use them.
>
> In other words, just call it “a TFT touch screen” so we don’t all go crazy
> thinking that the world of immersive VR has finally arrived in the music
> industry. “Touch” is a better word for the one-way touch screens that you
> can’t operate with your eyes closed.
>
> Brian
>
>
> On May 3, 2019, at 11:44 AM, Marc bareille <m.bareille at free.fr> wrote:
> > What to do when you have  an Arduino , a tft tactile screen and a 6 pins
> DIN plug in hands ?
> >
> >  A very compact tactile PG800 for the Roland JX8p synthesizer with an
> extensible library  of  +500 patches
> >
> > Short demo here https://youtu.be/-tYw52-jeAI
> >
> > Have a nice day,
> >
> > Marc B.
> >
> > Papareil Synth Labs
> >
>
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