Tenori-On - puts the Monome to shame
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    Default Tenori-On - puts the Monome to shame

    Hey all, check out the Tenori-On from Yamaha. http://www.global.yamaha.com/tenori-on/index.html

    Also watch this performance...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CWBg...eature=related

    Pretty cool.

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    Looks like there are some drawback trying to use it as a midi device though - check out here http://audionewsroom.blogspot.com/20...ia-maxmsp.html

    I personally think they are targeted at different audiences. The Monome is more for controlling whatever software you like while the Tenori-on is more of a mobile synth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BentoSan View Post
    Looks like there are some drawback trying to use it as a midi device though - check out here http://audionewsroom.blogspot.com/20...ia-maxmsp.html

    I personally think they are targeted at different audiences. The Monome is more for controlling whatever software you like while the Tenori-on is more of a mobile synth.
    I'd like to see some other uses for it. I'm not a big fan of beep and click electronic music... mostly those performances looked like primitive techno. What else can it do?!
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    Yeh looked into the Tenori-on a while ago. Would be a great toy to just have lying around to play with, but i can't see it as a midi controller. Like Bento said it's more of a mobile instrument. Powerful though. It's cool how you can see the LED buttons from the back of the unit as well.

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    would be nice to play with for a weekend

    but why the girl has to sing :S
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