TouchBoard up and running
Back of the TouchBoard
TouchBoard in packaging
I backed the TouchBoard on kickstarter, but ever since I got it I haven’t either had the time to do anything proper with it, and haven’t had any ideas of projects to start with it either. But the other day I started having a few ideas of things I wanted to try out. So I got the box out and started to investigate what was in there as I hadn’t looked in ages.
It’s a nice kit, and everything works or at least seems to work just fine even though I haven’t touched it in ages. I’ll hopefully get to use it for a couple of projects soon enough.
The first picture is the bC16 being played using a Handera 330 running Theremini. The second picture is using BeatPad.
Since I first got my iPhone 6 I needed a case. The device itself is just too slippery to be used without one. So I got an Apple case and it was fine for a while, but in the last few months it’s just got too slippery and seems to attract grease.
I’d always wanted to get a Lego case but it took Belkin a long time to make the Lego case for the iPhone 6. At last I’ve got one, and it’s great. Much better than the Apple case.
On the theme of the bC16 I thought I’d post this very useful image of the control layout. It will be the start point for all my patches too as it is very clear and simple.
I’ve added a new page which will eventually be home to a bunch of bC16 patches. I know that this won’t really appeal to a wide range of people, but it might be useful to a few people looking for this kind of thing.
As I add to it I’ll let you know. For now, the page is here.
Some of Yoda’s wisdom on Palm OS!
I don’t experiment with it so much anymore, but I used to quite a lot before. I think I always wanted to find that perfect device that could do everything, and often the only way was with an emulator of some kind.