On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 02:41:51PM +0700, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
> tX should not be over looked. It is amazingly stable and powerful
It looks like TerminatorX will be what I'l be using!
I had somewhat stupidly dismissed it years ago as being a "DJ thing". As you point out, I was wrong wrong wrong. It's a great little looper, and does everything I want (except for JACK Transport, apparently). It's simple, fast, easy to do MIDI bindings, and runs on my netbook.
Since my Dual-Core 64-bit laptop is still being sorted out from upgrading to Lenny, I'll be using my netbook for the show.
And by the way, I don't mind the Indiamixx guys hijacking the thread to hype their product. The key to success is shameless, relentless self-promotion. Speaking of which, if anyone wants to see an EEE running Linux being used as an instrument, I'm doing a short duo set (Linux and congas) at Epicenter Cafe, 764 Harrison between 3rd/4th (next to Whole Foods), San Francisco, tomorrow May 28th between 7PM and 9PM. Free, come on by and hang out if you're in the area.
I'm familiar with Hydrogen, but that's a drum machine. And, the version I have has no MIDI support other than note on/off. Or is H2 a Linux sequencer that I haven't yet used?
> tX and H2 have advanced midi interface support.
Indeed. Thanks again for your help!