256 for sale.

Just let it all out, buddy. You're among friends here.
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256 for sale.

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It's a 256 in mint condition, I'm in the UK if any of you are interested please feel free to bid.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... 0448335199

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Re: Selling my monome.

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hmmm ... tempted ;-)

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Re: Selling my monome.

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Ahh, It runs beautifully with Resolume (thanks to a certain somebody ) I use a vst called Molar to run the midi out from my DAW in to Resolume, it's simple enough.

You can either assign one clip per pad (250 clips) or you can run up to 15 loops of varying length each with up to 16 slice points, you can also assign pre programmed arrangements of these slices to the remaining 15 pads in a row, each pad triggering a different order in the slices. . . . . lol why am I selling this???

To be honest I don't want to sell it but I need more Ram a better CPU and a new midi mixer, I think that just about justifies it . . . just about. . :)

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Re: 256 for sale.

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Just dropped the price to £900.

Thought I'd update this post with a little more information.

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They're great live performance tools, depending on what software you're using you can run them as either beat slicers, part arrangers, fx trigger banks, step sequencers, even as pseudo keyboards mapping scales to them as shown in the second video bellow, as random note generators for creating soundscapes or as a video slicing tool using midi configurable video software such as resolume.

Here's T Gill putting one through it's paces - http://vimeo.com/1612131

Here's a 40h mapped to a scale - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQm3xbTxJRc

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