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Re: new Touch page on LL.org

Totally agree with you Per.
One of the main reason for our own app development. Apps like Loopy or 
EveryDay Looper (great apps by the way), are however very poor for 
live-looping if you need your hands and fingers for some other more 
important things (like playing the music or interacting with the public 
for instance ;) ). So 'most promising' is a bit awkward without better 

On 14 oct. 2012, at 20:44, Per Boysen wrote:

> Ok, then. I think it is great with an iOS/Android resource page. Would
> be cool with user reviews of apps there as well.
> I'm not sure about the meaning of the first sentence "Touch control is
> the most promising interface for musicians!". If one says something is
> "the most promising" one must explain why. I can imagine touch control
> is the most promising interface for musicians that operate their
> musical instruments entirely by feet, but that's rare :-). For normal
> musicians I would consider pedal control to be the most promising
> interface, for the reason that it can be combined with playing
> instruments. Well not just promising, it is actually delivering.
> But some aspects of the touch screen technology is "most promising" I
> think; that would not be the interface itself but the big number of
> exciting applications being developed for the platform.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.perboysen.com
> http://www.youtube.com/perboysen
> On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 8:07 PM, Matthias Grob <matilists@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I wrote a new page about the touch screen options that will become 
>> important
>> for most of us, I suspect
>> http://www.livelooping.org/methods/touch-control/
>> your experiences and reviews are welcome on the site!
>> Matthias