On 03/29/2013 03:03 PM, Len Ovens wrote:
Wow, thx for your wikipedia contribution ;)
The bcr2000 has rotary encoders with LEDS.
The bitstream 3X does have potentiometers and it's possible to set the
3X in such a way that the know has to pass the value of an control in a
certain software, before it gets 'on'.
Potentiometers seems to have the advantage of being more accurate and
have a more analogue feel.
The question is whether the X3 is good for controlling softsynths like
AMS / Ingen and stuff like SuperCollider. Or are rotary encoders better
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