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Re: Laptops and Performance

Also great!  I hadn't run across this one before, but it looks very  
cool.  I wonder if the response on a wireless setup would be  
noticeably slower?


On Jun 19, 2007, at 10:32 AM, Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill  

> why not use that?
> http://www.gyration.com/en-US/ProductDetail.html? 
> modelnum=GP6205FKM&accshow=3
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> Betreff: Re: Laptops and Performance
> Gesendet: Di, 19. Jun 2007
> Von: Josh Carroll
> There's a program available at garagecube.com called Miration that  
> basically turns a computer QWERTY keyboard into a sampler and the  
> mouse into an XY pad controller that can affect speed, volume, pan,  
> and other effects.  Sounds pretty boring except for a small  
> statement in the documentation that suggests that the keyboard  
> should be attached to the computer by a long USB cord and carried  
> around on stage like a guitar.  Now that's fun!
> --Josh
> On Jun 14, 2007, at 1:24 PM, Mech wrote:
> A laptop can be as interesting or as boring as a rack.  You want a  
> more interesting performance, find a way to move around.  That can  
> be by plugging an interesting interface into it, or strapping the  
> darn thing around your neck, or jumping up and down like a monkey  
> while you hit the buttons, or.... you can come up with plenty of  
> other examples I'm sure.
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