> However, as a sound source or noise source with a fair amount of sophistication in terms of bang for the buck..I just couldn't get passed the lamo keyboard. For someone with a modicum of key chops, this is a big and unnecessary product limitation.
On Apr 12, 2011, at 5:27 AM, Rick Walker wrote:
> On 7/22/64 11:59 AM, Lindsey Walker wrote:
>> Hey, has anyone else played with the monotron? What did you do with
>> it? I think it would be a fun sound source for loops, without sitting
>> behind a laptop, of course.
> I don't own one, but I've played around with one a bit at Union Grove Music.
> What strikes me is that a 'musical', (that is , melodic) instrument , it is very limited for the previously
> mentioned lack of individual keys.
> However, as a sound source or noise source with a fair amount of sophistication in terms of bang for the buck,
> I think it's really wonderful.
> Also, from my understanding, you can run any audio through it's filter system as an 'effect' which is
> also very hip.
> When I have the dough, I'll be buying one, for sure, myself for my Rhythm and Noise project, aEther Engine.
> Hope you are doing well, Lindsey. We really missed you at the Looping Festival this year. I hope you'll come
> play Y2K11.
> hugs, Rick