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Tue Jul 1 07:12:01 CEST 2008
On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 12:52 PM, Tilman Baumann <tilman at baumann.name>
> Jay Vaughan wrote:
> >> Sounds cool. Something completely new or something based on csound,
> >> supercollider or similar?
> > Something new, but supercollider and puredata on the Freerunner will
> > work, I imagine, quite well. Pair it up with some nice MIDI
> > controller and a custom cable, and you've got a synth/music-making
> > platform worth pocketing! Finally! :)
> I say just two words. Acelerometers, Theremin. *g*
> Should be fun.
> >> I have seen the synth section of mini tamtam on olpc (using csound
> >> with
> >> python bindings) and was blown away.
> > It doesn't take much to make music these days..
> But i have to admit, i'm more fascinated by the process of creating
> sounds than actually making music by bashing on some 'pad'. :)
> What things like elektroplankton, Tenori-On, Kaos Pad can do is impressive.
> Technology is way beyond analog sound synthesis. But i like the beauty
> of synth patching. I would really like to do some experiments on this
> while on a train or so. :)
> Cant wait to see what is coming...
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Theremin's are cool.
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