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    Default More of that touchy screen stuff.

    Might be of interest to some people.
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    http://www.smithsonmartin.com/2011/0...lator-modular/

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    so this is like the next step for the emulator? didn't look that great tbh

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    I want one
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    Flashy, but still pretty useless (or a waste of resources).

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    I think this is awesome. It could be a way for tighter integration between multiple programs without. And to top it off, you would only lose the parts of the program that you didn't want to see. Might have to put this one on the every expanding list of shit that I think I need that I probably don't.

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    I like.

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    There's no such thing as too much control over your GUI. I wish this was just a general feature of all software.
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    Honestly, that's pretty sweet. It gives it that clean cut minimalistic look, and it's totally user defined.

    I wish more companies would put this much effort into GUI. Honestly, even just having users being able to mess with it themselves would be out of this world. It's one of the biggest things that people DO like to customize a bit, and they never take the time to allow you to tweak it like this.

    I don't know how much I care for the touch-screen business, but this would even be nice if you could modify it to be controller via MIDI.

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    Default Emulator Modular - makes DJing with pants more interesting

    ***MERGED***

    You remember that multitouch glass-plate that won't let you DJ without pants on?

    After making my Emulator review I've been in contact with Smithson & Martin.

    They took some of the advice and try to turn it into something more interesting.
    The next thing to come is an editor which lets you freely adjust controls like Touch OSC does.

    See the video below.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMmE4LP_k1U
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