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Touchpad development for Studio Vision!!!
« on: June 11, 2018, 07:54:34 PM »
http://www.oldschooldaw.com/forums/index.php?action=activate;u=560;code=5cc0228e33

 ATTENTION anybody interested in helping out in the development of a template for SVP on the touchpad! This will include helping to code in Arduino software, help to develop icons for the printable template, and also just general suggestions as to which controls (keyboard script/midi) should be mapped to the template. i think this could be a really fun project for the Opcode community and maybe a launching point to bigger and better projects in the future (kickstarter controller made specifically for SVP??) Gibson may be DEAD but Opcode is still ticking as a sequencer as long as midi is kicking and they are now working on a new MPE midi standard so that will not be happening anytime soon. As long as there is a community we can take this into the future as far as we want to go together! Touchpad is also great for any other DAWs/ application based work you may be doing so its worth the investment to support small business trying to innovate and that are listening directly to their customers