Audiopad:Haptic electronic music interface
August 1, 2003 6:13 AM   Subscribe

Intriguing new haptic interface for creating electronic music.
posted by anathema (7 comments total)
The second link contains videos of the Audiopad in action, and they seem to be stored on a very quick server. (Via the Pho List).
posted by anathema at 6:17 AM on August 1, 2003

posted by crayfish at 6:23 AM on August 1, 2003

Damn. Sorry.
posted by anathema at 8:28 AM on August 1, 2003

This is VERY cool. the navigation concept seems smooth and easy to learn. I wonder how it'd do at anything not dance/electronica...

I also wish that the spinning circles around each "puck" would work as an "equalizer" instead, so you could tell which disc was producing which sound based on movement/pulsating.
posted by kahboom at 10:51 AM on August 1, 2003

I think that this system is inherently "electronic," but would easily work for other sub-genres other than dance music.
posted by anathema at 2:33 PM on August 1, 2003

I guess you could use it as a simpler and more usable mixing board after you recorded all the other tracks- vocals, guitar, bass, drumbs, harp, glass harmonica... All you'd need is a "record" function...
posted by kahboom at 2:46 PM on August 1, 2003

wow. theremin 2.0?
posted by shadow45 at 4:39 PM on August 1, 2003

« Older park life   |   Pronouncing Oligarchical Persecution, Everywhere Newer »

This thread has been archived and is closed to new comments