[LAD] Tux Paint for music?
nescivi at gmail.com
Thu May 7 02:42:31 UTC 2009
On Wednesday 06 May 2009 17:16:52 Paul Coccoli wrote:
> On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 10:47 AM, David Olofson <david at olofson.net> wrote:
> > This brings up some thoughts I've been having for years now: A really
> > simple, yet somewhat useful and educational music toy. An integrated
> > synth/sampler/sequencer, possibly with audio recording facilities
> > down the road... Sort of like a tracker (Amiga MOD style), but with a
> > more visual GUI. Probably some sort of piano roll. A bunch of nice
> > sounds (I'm thinking IFFT synthesis) with some pre-wired intuitive
> > timre controls. Maybe a library of drum patterns... Preferably SDL
> > based and portable to all sorts of computers and devices.
> > In short: Tux Paint for music! :-)
> Sounds fun.
> > Is there something like this already out there?
> Can't think of anything right now.
> > Any interest in this sort of stuff?
> > Ideas?
> Well, since you're thinking SDL, you should consider using a gamepad
> as the primary input device. I understand it is a somewhat popular
> interface for kids these days.
Not just kids... with many experimental musicians too...
but maybe these are still kids in some way? ;)
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