Palm Sounds Wealth Warning!

It has taken me a little while, but in response to the comment below from robman84 here are a few Palm Sounds safety tips for 2009:

Hmm, I have a complaint to make. The video showing the nanopad has forced me to go and buy one, thus costing me over 40 quid. I hold you personally responsible!

Here are some pointers to keep in mind:

1. Palm Sounds cannot be held responsible for you spending your hard earned cash on really cool gadgets
2. However, if you do spend your cash on cool things you find out about on Palm Sounds you have to let me know just how cool they are
3. Palm Sounds does not issue refunds (because I have no money)

Also, robman84, you’ve got to let me know how that nanopad is going.

If anyone has any other tips or suggestions, please email them in or comment them on this post.

ATB. Palm Sounds.

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1 comment

  1. D’oh. I missed this one. Well, the nanopad is fantastic and such good value. I’ve got it pretty much permanently dedicated to Virtual DJ at the moment. It sits in front of my mixer and I’ve set it so you use two pads to cycle up and down the effects then as soon as you press the XY pad the effect is triggered and the parameters are controlled by the XY pad, with the remaining buttons mapped to the effect buttons for the selected effect. The obvious main use for this is things like triggering and modifying a low pass filter as well as an autocut, flanger and delay. I suppose in one sense a poor man’s Kaoss pad, but in another sense, a more flexible Kaoss pad!I tried hooking it up to the Loox 720 to see if it would act as an HID compliant device. Whilst the Loox recognised it, I couldn’t fudge any drivers to make it install.It is also a fun device for bashing out drum beats although the flam and drum roll options are a bit gimmicky IMHO. I’ve configured it to work with DR008 as a VSTi and it is really rather nice.

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