This might very well be one of the most beautiful things i’ve seen. Ever.
Man, really beautiful!
And like @Dan_Derks mentions, vibes me out to early arc days as well
i can think of an explanation for all lines except these 3…
curious how it “controls voltages” - via some unannounced expander? trilogy/ansible/teletype via usb?
scrolling through lines of lines makes me think you can make loops with any apps and then transfer/incorporate them freely
Really beautiful - is may 3 the release date?
Internal recording storage?
… maybe a built-in microphone perhaps?
This has one has me stumped… maybe there’s no “on” or “off” state, but it doesn’t use up any battery life if it isn’t doing anything?
or maybe it means it reacts to something (if there is a built in microphone maybe it reacts to what it hears?)
You guys are hilarious. I don’t know if I’m more excited for the device, or the continued speculation.
absolutely beautiful sounds @tehn!
I am not very familiar with any Monome stuff except Teletype, and I am mightily confused right now. Curious, interested, but confused.
I at least gather that this is sort of a general (musical) purpose, programmable/scriptable doodad of some sort.
Oh wow this looks incredible… I was so hoping this would drop tonight I was just a out to drink another coffee! Needles to say I’m in for this beauty
Such a beautifully designed device and mesmerizing sounds @tehn. I’m very excited to get hands on with this.
I’m in the same position. Teletype is the first Monome thing I’ve had. Now I guess I’m hooked because this looks very interesting…
tell me more…
looks very cool! congrats brian/kelli on another brilliant and beautiful release.
twenty characters of
I’ll be the first to ask… How much should I be planning to squirrel away for this?
Why Lua, he asks with extra characters.
Lovely. I will have to watch the tail end of the reveals from vacation. On the flip side: vacation. I look forward to a longer period of Norns, and also am excited for the Lua end of things.
It’s a great language for scripting. The ER-301 uses it as well in the middle layer.
Likely, the DSP is done at a lower level and things are connected using Lua. It would make for an easy way to describe complex graphs.
Hopefully it will be revealed over the coming days what the OP-1 was doing in that patch, because a) I don’t own one and b) I really don’t want to own one.