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RE: Max in hardware?
Have you considered a laptop or tablet type PC?
We've had a few of the Fujitsu tablets around our office. I installed
the demo version of Reason onto one and had a blast! There are USB and
PCMCIA midi/audio cards too.
The only problem is that there's no Windows version of Max yet. Of
course, there's always a Mac notebook.
From: Kevin Goldsmith [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2001 9:38 PM
Subject: Max in hardware?
I know we've discussed this on the list in the past, but I think that
while ago. I have a Nord Micro Modular which I love, and I was
anyone is planning on something similar for MIDI only. It'd be great if
could download MAX-like MIDI patches into a small box so that I could
controllers and what-not in performances. It would be sort of the
MIDI problem solver as I see it. I know that the KYMA can do stuff like
this, but that's way overkill (and way too large). It'd also be cool
adapting the various MIDI pedal controllers to work with all the
loopers that we all use.
Anybody know anything that does this?
Unit Circle Media