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Re: Am I a fool ?
rich (11:51 AM 09.11.2000) wrote:
>>Electrix has a good handle on what makes something music *and* useful in
>>production environment. I have a ton of delay lines, but I gotta say that
>>I've been having the most fun with the MoFx. The combination of neat
>>touches and the presentation packaging makes the box just a joy to use.
>agreed. did it seem like i was slagging on the company? gee wilikers,
>i've feel like i've been going over the top talking about their
Nah, sorry... I was aiming for my own clarification on what you may of
meant by saying that the products were "packaged" better. I wanted to push
that line out farther and say that it's not just a _physical_ packaging
issue (which is what I thought you were talking about).
>it's just that what the Repeater is claiming to do is quite complex, and
>implementation of complex dsp doesn't always come in the simplest user
>interface, as some EDP users can attest, as well as the Max/Kyma/Orville
Yeup, I agree. I think they have it right though. Because...
>Electrix products, IMO, shine through simple, well designed user
...they don't want to screw up people being able to make this statement. :)
>So we shall see how this puppy pans out. My biggest question is: why are
>they not releasing the footpedal at the same time as the unit? They
>mention the 3-button footswitch for their other products that has never
>surfaced. Is there potential for the same thing to happen to the
But Damon has said that _everything_ on the Repeater is available to MIDI,
so there may be something more than a 3-button in the works.
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