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    FYI: Gyroscopic MIDI controller

    http://gizmodo.com/5888685/gyroscopi...rt-of-the-show

    not necessarily for "DJs" - could be interesting.
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    Re: FYI: Gyroscopic MIDI controller

    Quote Originally Posted by rbowser- View Post
    Hmmmm, well now! Gonna get one, Chip? It does looking interesting.

    Randy
    Not gonna get one. Don't see a reason. Just thought it was interesting. I suppose someone will put MIDI on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich next!
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    Re: FYI: Gyroscopic MIDI controller



    The Spatula is actually a wireless MIDI controller. You hit the jelly and get kind of a nice "Squiish" percussion sound, aim for the Peanut Butter and you get more of a "Squaaaash" sound.

    Hit the bread at the edges and, naturally, you get kind of a spongy sounding rim shot.

    Randy

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    Re: FYI: Gyroscopic MIDI controller

    From what I understand The MIDI Fighter 3D is a box that has controller buttons for 16 midi channels out and a gyroscope. There are apps that do this but I haven't seen one that uses the iPhone's gyroscope. There probably will be and at the fraction of cost of The MIDI Fighter 3D.

    It's for live use but this it could be used to trigger and manipulate random tracks during an audio recording.

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    Re: FYI: Gyroscopic MIDI controller

    Quote Originally Posted by fastlane View Post
    From what I understand The MIDI Fighter 3D is a box that has controller buttons for 16 midi channels out and a gyroscope. There are apps that do this but I haven't seen one that uses the iPhone's gyroscope. There probably will be and at the fraction of cost of The MIDI Fighter 3D.

    It's for live use but this it could be used to trigger and manipulate random tracks during an audio recording.
    Control (OSC+MIDI) allows for this.

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/contr...413224747?mt=8


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    Re: FYI: Gyroscopic MIDI controller

    Quote Originally Posted by fastlane View Post
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    It's for live use but this it could be used to trigger and manipulate random tracks during an audio recording.
    Sonar's Matrix View is designed for that also - It's not an "i-thing" app, but people with Sonar can have fun trying the Matrix out. Here's a Cakewalk produced video about it:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzuQW5abPGQ

    Randy

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    Re: FYI: Gyroscopic MIDI controller

    I'm not sure where all this sample-mutimedia manipulation is headed. Too bad John Cage isn't still around.

    Here's another crazy app that I stuck on my iPhone. You use to get a burger, fries and a drink for a buck now it's an app.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LADgRaq3g8I




    Phil

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    Re: FYI: Gyroscopic MIDI controller

    The weirdness continues. Check out this Badger Theremin:



    Created by David Cranmer.
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