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    They have the hella oontz as well which has twice the amount of buttons of my Push but smaller. I would like to know how the buttons on these things feel. They look like they would have too much travel.
    Sparkfun has this https://www.sparkfun.com/products/7836 which I was looking at
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    The buttons aren't nearly spread apart enough. This is a gimmick to me.

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    Moving this to appropriate sub forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllDay View Post
    The buttons aren't nearly spread apart enough. This is a gimmick to me.
    It's a project. If you are a hobbyist that likes to build something like this, you don't need to stick to the recipe and can use bigger/different buttons if you want to. If you want something more portable or don't like buttons spread too far apart then this might work.

    I agree with MrDorianJames about wanting to know what the buttons feel like. I bought a launchpad without knowing what the buttons felt like and I hate it. I still use it, because it is a good Ableton grid controller, but if I either manage to find a controller I like better that does what I need then I'm selling it. Either that or replacing all the buttons on the launchpad.
    Last edited by Stormcaller; 08-03-2014 at 05:33 AM.

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    They look to be the same rubbery blocks used in the APC20/40 which is virtually no travel

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    There isn't too many options for DIY RGB pads. I've been looking for just a slightly larger size. Closer to the hotcue pads on my z2 or my push
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