The Amazing Rolo
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Can you suggest a good contact mic for sound design? (average cost of proposal would be much appreciated)
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Make your own! Commercial contact mics are insanely overpriced. You can make exactly the same thing for 1/10th of the price. Here's one set of instructions: https://web.archive.org/web/20160307003808/...

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Where are you from and what do you do?
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Really interesting thread. I grew up in Connecticut and Maryland, I'm half American and half French. I spent a lot of time in Pittsburgh but have lived for nearly four years in Edinburgh, Scotland. ...

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A decent stereo pair of microphones at a reasonable price?
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I've done a lot of work with Rode NT-5s, and I think they're absolutely brilliant. I've recorded entire albums with them, they're super flexible and sound great on guitar and piano and pretty much ...

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High Quality Consumer Headphones
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I have the Aiaiai Tracks, and I can highly recommend them, they are amazing! Lightweight, super sturdy, very stylish, and they sound great. And the mic/clicker thing is super handy. Also, fantastic ...

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Using Arduino sensors & Max to play & control instruments in Ableton Live
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I see...well, ctlout is definitely what you need! You'll need to give the ctlout object a channel number and value, and assign the MIDI output to "From Max/MSP 1" (using the midiinfo object). Also, ...

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Hey Guys Girls, so who Tweets here?
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@amazingrolo wooo.

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Using Arduino sensors & Max to play & control instruments in Ableton Live
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Just a quick thing I wanted to add...you mention using MIDIyoke to send midi data from Max/MSP to Ableton, but that strikes me as needlessly complicated! if you scale your data to 0-127 like Andrew ...

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What are your favorite headphones and why?
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My favorites have to be the AKG K240 ...whenever I have them on I completely forget that I'm wearing them, to me they sound like speakers. Lovely. They are pretty open, though, so everyone around you ...

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