I have some kids with autism who would really dig playing a controller
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On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 6:21 AM, Jeremy Jongepier wrote:
> Second that too! I have its bigger brother (the MPK Mini) which works like
Of the models that work with linux, which would be tough and survive abuse?
And how tough can those little controller knobs really be?
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On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 6:21 AM, Jeremy Jongepie=
Second that too! I have its bigger brother (the MPK Mini)=
which works like a charm (it's even got MIDI feedback!!). The keys are=
small though but a lot better than those of the Korg nanoKEY.
I have some kids with autism who would r=
eally dig playing a controller though yoshimi. =A0But they are really tough=
on gear.=A0If it was just me using it I'd probably hunting for a nice =
deal on an oxygen 49 or 61. But my suspicion is those shiny little mappable=
controllers would be the first to go. Possibly followed by the functioning=
of the keys. Although, hey, what if I mapped a bunch of the sliders to a s=
ubtractive synth and cut them loose? I'm torn.
Of the models that work with linux, which would be tough =
and survive abuse? And how tough can those little controller knobs really b=