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Re: new guy intro



I had not seen this before, thanks for this.
I always like to have multiple options. This looks at a quick glance  
to be iCube-ish. Brain in a box and then a plethora of sensors to  
choose from.
always cool to get introduced to new interfaces.

- b




On Dec 19, 2005, at 7:02 PM, David Morton wrote:

> Brian, thank you for that summary.
>
> I take it you know about the Eowave Eobody?
>
> http://www.eowave.com/page_produit.php?prod=29
>
> On 12/19/05, Brian Cass <b@the0verclock.com> wrote:
>> i was a beta tester for the tron. it's like part of our family here.
>>
>> but beyond that-
>>
>>  the tron has more customizable midi messages, which is especially
>> useful if you are max user
>>  it has 20 terminals (vs 16 on the doepfer i think?)
>>  the terminals can also be outputs for running relays, motors, LEDs,
>> robot armies, etc..
>>
>> i just met this the other day -
>>
>> http://ladyada.net/make/midisense/index.html
>>
>> and will be playing with it as soon as she gets some built in
>> january. i can't comment yet on it, except that it seems to me to be
>> very similar to the midibox concept.
>>
>> http://midibox.org
>>
>> which is also cool as hell.
>>
>>
>> - b
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Dec 19, 2005, at 5:42 PM, David Morton wrote:
>>
>>> On 12/15/05, Brian Cass <b@the0verclock.com> wrote:
>>>> In other news - I have been getting down and dirty with the  
>>>> building
>>>> of custom midi controllers, thanks to the Midibox architecture and
>>>> (my favorite) the MidiTron from eric singer.
>>>
>>> This is something I've been looking at lately, would you mind saying
>>> what made you opt for the MidiTron over the Doepfer Pocket  
>>> Electronic?
>>>
>>> D
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>