| br>Touch interfaces predate both these manufactures in the modular world. In fact it predates its incarnation in modulars. It is a handy module and I welcome that more manufactures are coming out with their own versions. br> br>
| br>I think a number of these little touch interfaces might've been inspired by a source like this:
When I first saw Tom's CTL1, I thought "oh that's perfect, there are touch pads, three rows of voltage outputs, pressure sensitivity, you can clock it as a sequencer and it's reasonably small". In fact it was pretty much exactly what I wanted, and it started by BugBrand odyssey.
looks like the FSR4 from these guys could be another contender...
For me, the CTL1 still comes out ahead since you don't have to have some additional expander module to have it work as a sequencer.
Frank br> br>
| br>Frank's right that the Synapse article was the inspiration - the initial Pressure CV generation part is still quite similar but everything else is done in my own way (probably partly due to new devices being available since the 1970s).
I don't know where the Makenoise inspiration comes from - possibly similar. Daresay they'll do f-ing stormingly with the Pressure Points 'cos they're actually good at making things regularly! br> br>
|BugBrand wrote: |
|Daresay they'll do f-ing stormingly with the Pressure Points 'cos they're actually good at making things regularly! |
Well, on your bike! br> br>