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Has anyone been inspired by the isomorphic keyboard to get a Linnstrument?


Standard keyboards have never really clicked for me but I'm enjoying using the isomorphic layout with my Deluge. I find myself wobbling my finger in sync with the modulation frequency as thought the pads were velocity sensitive and this has me wondering if a Linnstrument is worthwhile. Anyone else followed this curiosity?


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    pbolgerpbolger ChristchurchPosts: 55

    I realise that it's a lot less elegant, but a second hand Push 1 (around $250 in NZ, so probably sub $100 in the US) will give you quite a lot of what you get from the Linnstrument. for a (not very recently updated) project which would allow it to work in standalone mode.

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