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Re: Re: OT Good Sample Sequencer for OS X?
Rick have you tried Adobe Connect?http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobatconnectpro/trial/
Of course it's commercial etc but during my teaching days, I found it to be an
essential tool for remote teaching
2011/5/31 Rick Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks for taking all that time to respond, Per. You are always so knowledgeable and thorough and I really respect
your opinions about all things in the digital musical world.
Much as Geist looks really cool, I really want is something that is extremely easy to see on the screen, which FLStudio excels at.
I think IZotope iDrum might actually be the best at this as you can see simply what each sample is doing on a rhythmic grid.
I'm just about to put a video studio together at my house so that I can
teach the Rhythm Intensive to people remotely.
I need to figure out a way to show both my face and also switch between real time screen shots of a
sample sequencer that is drum machine oriented so that it's very simple for people to get the examples.
I usually use my computer as an aid in these lessons so I'm trying to figure out the best way to do this.
If anyone has any ideas about what software to use to be able to switch 'views' in real time during a
SKYPE or YAHOO MESSENGER CHAT I'd love the input.