Without a direct interface with immediate control of an audible tone, that can be 'played' in some capacity across a range of frequencies or a similar ideal, I cannot consider a computer an instrument. That's not restrictive or antiquated, it's just defined. It's irrelevant that it can send emails or launch nuclear bombs...GuyaGuy wrote:You must have a very restrictive or antiquated notion of what an instrument is. To me, if it helps me make music, it is an instrument, regardless of whether or not it also surfs the web like my computer or cuts wood like a singing saw or holds knick knacks like Liberace's piano.
You should note that I said, 'as far as musical interaction its limited to a flat surface. It's essentially the touchpad on a voyager, minus some slight differences.' Im well aware of what iPads can do, but the interactive aspect is simply that of a flat surface regardless.GuyaGuy wrote:Also ipads do a LOT more than what the Voyager touch pad can.
For example, I'm posting on VSE right now not from a Voyager but from an iPad.
Either way, when are we likely to get more info on this Moog App so we can all get on with our lives..?