This Is What People Want A Touchscreen Mac For

Sexy Music Sequencer For The JazzMutant Lemur      20/11/09

 

If you follow Mac news at all, you know that the hype has been all about a rumored Mac tablet touchscreen computer.

When you see some of the things that people are creating for the JazzMutant Lemur multi-touch controller, it's easy to see that the hype around touchscreen tablets is justified.

Check out this demo of Sequencomat. Sequencomat is a MIDI sequencer for the JazzMutant Lemur. It contains 8 tracks with individual note/octave, speed, direction, step-range, startpoint, volume, notelength and a random function on the step position.

The video demonstrates a variety of ways that Seqeuncomat lets you control sequences on the fly.

Can you imagine downloading apps like this wirelessly to your tablet?

Pricing and Availability

Sequencomat V2 is expected to be released at the end of November, 2009; the price will be 29,-Euro (max5patch & lemurtemplate).

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James Lewin
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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Sceptic    Said...

Its nice, but the Lemur is still almost as much as a new Mac would cost. And its a little quirky when it comes to response time - anything over ethernet doesnt quite have the speed - even though in theory its supposed to be plenty quick enough

20-Nov-09 03:38 AM


ahitou    Said...

Sceptic - that's why the Lemur is a niche device.

If/when Apple comes out with a large iPod touch style device, it would be huge for music.

20-Nov-09 10:21 AM


Dolphono    Said...

I second that large iPod touch style tablet would be killer.

20-Nov-09 03:49 PM


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