At 7:33 AM +0200 9/9/09, Raul Bonell wrote: >... and there's a commercial site about here: > ><http://www.reactable.com/contact/faq/>http://www.reactable.com/contact/faq/ The ReacTIVision and TUIO implementations look pretty cool. Although, like Max and Jitter, they look more like programming environments than ready-to-use tools, from what I can see. For our purposes here, it looks like the D-Touch Sequencer has an obvious leg-up, IMNSHO, in that the software is already set up to Record Audio and Loop. And it seems as if some Loop manipulation functions -- volume and position, playback rate, start/end points, etc. -- are already implemented as well. With only some minor modifications you could probably have a pretty interesting laptop Looper right out of the box (hrm, I wonder if you could remap volume --> feedback?). --m. -- _____ "beyond this window, night is shuddering and the earth grinds to a halt beyond this window, something unknown is watching you and me...."