Re: tapping device (RealTime )

Subject: Re: tapping device
From:    RealTime  <mandra(at)PEABODY.JHU.EDU>
Date:    Wed, 6 May 1998 17:09:29 -0400

Why don't you get a piezo trigger and something like the roland octapad? It has sensitivity controls and can accept 8 external inputs (meaning that you could make a small flat surface for tapping... I also think that the back of the Mark of The Unicorn MIDI timepiece two has the ability for a trigger input and, since it's older tech, could probably be had quite cheaply. chris chris mandra ///// Deus Ex Machina x x Sonitus Ex Sonitus 0 (Your music; is that noise from sound, or sound from noise?) On Wed, 6 May 1998, LAURA-LEE Balkwill wrote: > re: tapping device > > Someone suggested using a MIDI keyboard so before anyone else responds > similarly I should clarify that a keyboard wouldn't be appropriate because of > the up and down action of the keys. I need a flat tapping surface. I suppose I > could use a MIDI drum pad -- but what I need is some recommendations of brand > names as I have never purchased anything like this before. > > --LL >

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