[LAU] small devices for midi?

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Wed Sep 22 04:10:39 UTC 2010

Josh Lawrence wrote:
> hey everyone!
> long, uninteresting back story:  I've recently changed my residence,
> and have very limited space.  my roland piano (rd-700sx) has extremely
> limited space on the front panel.  it would be great/neat/fun to have
> a very small device that I could set on my roland that I could
> sequence on.
> some hardware options:
> yamaha qy100 - very small and cheap!
> yamaha rm1x - very capable, expensive?
> others?
> now, maybe these hardware options aren't very interesting to linux
> geeks, so I got to thinking that maybe, just maybe, there is a small
> device that supports linux that supports alsa/midi?
> pandora?
> gp32x?
> beagleboard?
> something else?
> of all of these options, the pandora looks *amazing*, but from what
> I've read you can't really get your hands on it.  so how about it
> everyone?  any recommendations?
> thanks list, I always appreciate your help!

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