This could be useful with the OT:
Is this the weird rompler I’ve been waiting for?
I see no knobs or buttons. I see nothing.
more info on it…looks like it’ll allow you to use a simple usb to midi adapter to connect MIDI DIN devices to it.
Why does the visual interface look like Cakewalk for Windows '95
it won’t look like that, check out the link i posted above.
Unfortunately they used a photo of a prototype. The UI looks much cleaner and modern in the current state.
Looks like an iPad designed in the 80’s
Just spotted this on Synthtopia:
Looks interesting for those after a sample playback device. And MPE compatible too. There is also the suggestion that a sequencer could be added via pure data though I have zero clue how good/bad that would be in reality having next to no knowledge of pure data.
In typical fashion, I’m down for the early bird. Will make my mind up if keeping it in 3 weeks…!
This seems very unenjoyable to use. One big knob and a touch screen doesn’t make something hardware with a fun tactile experience.
True. But, it is designed to be used with controllers rather than on its own.
Of course there would be a lot of screen use to set things up but from there, it would depend on the hardware you use with it. I read that they will be including templates for controllers and things for example.
Has a thread already
Crap product video, talks zero about the actual functions.
Just a bunch of nothing statements. “most powerful sampler in the world, more powerful than your laptop”. Ok so how’s it more powerful then?
Presenting “Guitar”- the most authentic guitar emulation in the world.
Set up is easy- just equip six/twelve strings(depending on your model) to the device, tune them, and you’re ready to go.
Hardware greatly improved from version shown at NAMM, but the on screen graphics… they need some attention… feels a bit Win95!
I wouldve gone with Windows 3.1!
If only it could sample