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Re: Looping footwear
I would love that! On a related note, I was talking to Jeff Kaiser a while
back about a cool type of expression pedal concept. I was thinking of a
plastic mat that had zones marked out on it. Basically, it would be like a
touch sensitive computer screen, but capable of sending MIDI expression
data. So, you would take your shoes off and leave your socks on, and
than operating a pedal, you would slide your foot over the mat to change
expression values. There could be two or more zones, for multiple
#s. And a fun feature would be an x/y axis grid, so that you could
that puck in Cycling 74's Hipno "hipnoscope"....where moving it around the
x/y axis changes multiple parameters.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Nelson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2006 7:20 PM
Subject: Re: Looping footwear
> --- Krispen Hartung <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I thought it would be fun to loop with 4 foot
>> stilts, the kind that
>> painters or ceiling finishers use.
> and it'd be cool to configure that department store
> keyboard from 'big' as a midi controller to step on
> with your 4 foot stilts...
> And right next to ya could be a 19" replica of
> stonehenge... and some dry ice. :)
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