[LAU] Eee As Synth Engine?
pw_lists at slinkp.com
Sat Feb 2 16:32:26 EST 2008
That's really cute. But the site is kind of a non-site.
I had to go to the (ugh) myspace page and watch a video
to figure out that it runs jack, hydrogen, ardour, et al.
Anyway, thanks but no thanks. I might be interested in that someday,
but I need something laptop-ish first and audio-oriented second.
On Sat, Feb 02, 2008 at 01:33:16AM -0800, Ronald Stewart wrote:
> thank you
> On 2/2/08, Paul Winkler <pw_lists at slinkp.com> wrote:
> > I am very interested in this gadget. I played with one in a store
> > today. Tiny!
> > The main things holding me back are:
> > 1) the keyboard would take a LOT of getting used to - it's soooo
> > small!
> > 2) the display model in the store had a glitchy, intermittent trackpad
> > button. I'm sure it took a lot of abuse in the past month or so it's
> > been there, but that's still not encouraging.
> > 3) Does ALSA support USB 2.0 devices yet? (There's no firewire port,
> > so BeBob is irrelevant). I'd like to get decent (well under 10 ms)
> > latency at 2 channels in/out for use in live performances, and
> > possibly higher channel count at higher latency for use as an
> > ultraportable Ardour box :-) Something like the M-audio Fast Track
> > Ultra would be nice - iff it works with alsa! But I'd need MIDI too
> > to hook up foot controllers. The Edirol FA66 would be perfect - but
> > it's firewire.
> > What are my options? Anything? :-(
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