Seaboard or Linnstrument?

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Re: Seaboard or Linnstrument?

Post by braincell » Thu Apr 05, 2018 12:43 pm

Nestor wrote:
Wed Apr 04, 2018 4:23 pm
Wow Brain, that sounds crazy interesting! :D let us know about your experience with them

I will Netsor, on top of that also check this out:

https://polyversemusic.com/products/gatekeeper/

Infected Mushroom is a great band but I could also imagine this used in other genres. It's a very creative tool and affordable.

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Re: Seaboard or Linnstrument?

Post by yayajohn » Thu Apr 05, 2018 4:39 pm

I think you will be very happy with both of those. MPE seems to be gaining some traction esp now that it's officially supported by the midi assoc.
Just for your info the Linn 128 fits snugly into an averaged sized computer backpack with a 15' laptop and other junk. heavy, but do-able. That config will not fit into the overhead of the smallest regional jet (CRJ200) 50 seat. So you will have to remove something for it to fit, prob the Linnstrument since it is already in it's own sleeve. Under the seat on larger planes is questionable. I'm guessing not though.
I am looking for a smaller laptop to minimize but sacrifices must be made or $$$$$$

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Re: Seaboard or Linnstrument?

Post by braincell » Sat Apr 07, 2018 3:22 pm

yayajohn wrote:
Thu Apr 05, 2018 4:39 pm
I think you will be very happy with both of those. MPE seems to be gaining some traction esp now that it's officially supported by the midi assoc.
Just for your info the Linn 128 fits snugly into an averaged sized computer backpack with a 15' laptop and other junk. heavy, but do-able. That config will not fit into the overhead of the smallest regional jet (CRJ200) 50 seat. So you will have to remove something for it to fit, prob the Linnstrument since it is already in it's own sleeve. Under the seat on larger planes is questionable. I'm guessing not though.
I am looking for a smaller laptop to minimize but sacrifices must be made or $$$$$$
Good advice. I would get a 7th generation Intel Nuc if I were you. Jet's have AC these days.

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