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RE: Cell phone gig (was Re: mac G5)

It's good to see somebody still working on Palm MIDI apps - I haven't heard much news lately - even miniMusic seems to be falling behind schedule.
The handheld music list turned me on to GameBoy/Nanoloop, which in turn was my introduction to real-time step sequencing.  What a brilliant UI... my 11-yr-old cousin improvised a sequence in five minutes after I showed him the basics.
I like the idea of SpinPad because it's not limited to a certain number of steps.  Very cool concept and I hope miniMusic brings out a full version in time.
As far as ideas, I think Max for Palm OS would be cool. ;)  Or at least some sort of MIDI controller UI construction kit.

"Dennis W. Leas" <dennis@mail.worldserver.com> wrote:
Hey Paolo!

Good to see another handheld-music lister here! (Others might want to check
out http://www.crudites.org/soundventures/handheld-music.)

I'm somewhat of a Palm/MIDI evangelist. Lot's of possibilities, there.
I've got a Palm/MIDI program for the EDP on my website
(www.greenteasoftware.com) and am busily writing another. I'm quite
interested in any ideas you may have.

Dennis Leas

-----Original Message-----
From: Paolo Valladolid [mailto:paolovalladolid@yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, August 08, 2003 5:05 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Cell phone gig (was Re: mac G5)

I should note that the phone I have in mind is a Handspring Treo 270, which
is a combo phone/PDA. And what I have in mind for that is SpinPad, a Palm
OS app that places its own "spin" on the step sequencer concept for live
MIDI performance:



Paolo Valladolid wrote:

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