[linux-audio-user] nifty gizmo

Ernie Dulanowsky ernst at pulsewidth.ca
Fri Jun 2 02:49:43 EDT 2006

I thinkthe developers are Mac users, based on the amount of Max/MSP
patches available. There's some PD patches as well, but not as many.
The mapd server, which I believe performs
mapping to OSC or MIDI, is opensource.

I don't think the buttons are touch sensitive. The relatively high
price comes from the fact that they are making small, handbuilt
production run, down to heating solder paste in a toaster oven.

They've actually designed their own logic board based on an amtel
mega32, the big brother of the mega 8 on the Arduino board.

The demo videos are worth a look.


On 6/1/06, Chris McCormick <chris at mccormick.cx> wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 01, 2006 at 03:45:52PM -0400, greg wrote:
> > I think it's based on this device more or less
> > Arduino USB board
> > http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=666
> > does anybody know about music-oriented projects around it already?  If
> I beleive that Hans Steiner has written an ardurino interfacing object
> for Pd. He is the author of [hid].
> Best,
> Chris.
> -------------------
> chris at mccormick.cx
> http://mccormick.cx

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I only have to do this (makes a fist)
and he knows what sound I mean". - Autechre
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