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Re: [microsound] -mac laptop pad
cheers for the reply Elroy
----- Original Message -----
From: Eloy Anzola <leaddaet@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: microsound <microsound@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, 3 February 2000 11:00
Subject: Re: [microsound] -mac laptop pad
> > the pad on the laptop..ie. mouse pad...is it assignable as say a mod
> > wheel???
> There are many applications and programming
> enviroments for PC, MAC, Unix, Linux, BeOS..., that
> allow to assign any input to your computer [mouse,
> keyboard, video, MIDI] to whatever MIDI controller
> you want [mod wheel, pitch, volume, velocity...].
> As far as I know no Operating System or Computer
> allows this by itself. Surely not MacOS. You'll
> need an sequencer or one of those applications.
> Computers today are fast enough that's also possible
> to create and/or modify audio in realtime. Most of
> these tools also allow control for it.
> ... I mean, they'll let you do a whole lot more than
> just assigning controllers.
> There are way too many resources for me to list, but
> you might want to check:
> MAX/MSP for the Mac at:
> Buzz for PC:
> or SynthZone for more ideas:
> hope this helps,
> >From: "Ross" <amnesia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >To: "microsound" <microsound@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Subject: Re: [microsound] -mac laptop pad