[LAD] Tux Paint for music?

David Olofson david at olofson.net
Thu May 7 17:53:44 UTC 2009

On Thursday 07 May 2009, Pelle Nilsson wrote:
> Paul Coccoli <pcoccoli at gmail.com> writes:
> > 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.
> Yes, in particular it would be great fun to have some toy like that
> on running on my GP2X. :)

I wasn't really thinking that far, but yes, proper support for 
handheld devices would be nice. :-)

Apart from a pure fun toy, it might actually serve as a nice and quick 
pocket size tool for turning ideas into music, that you can transfer 
to a proper sequencer later. (Of course, there'll be a stand-alone 
version of the IFFT synth engine, in case you dial in some nice 

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