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justin3am
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10353 posts since 7 May, 2006, from Southern California

Postby justin3am; Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:08 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

Sorry. Lots of questions and comments and I will get to them as I have time but for now I have to get some work done. I'm really happy to see such interest in the Panorama T-series and Nektarine.
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rod_zero
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Postby rod_zero; Wed Jul 11, 2018 10:41 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

@justin3am, thank for your perspective on the whole issue of MIDI controllers. It really surprises me people keep buying controllers with the same layout over and over again, I gave up after the second many years ago and I don't use my Push that much for programming synths even with the screen that shows name and value (but it is ok for lots of effects).

I just think that maybe if companies take bolder moves in the midi controller market they would be rewarded more, I think many of us have been begging for a good control surface, I just went with a System8 cause it works like my dream controller with Roland plugouts, and it has enough controls to map some other subtractive synths.
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Zexila
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Postby Zexila; Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:25 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

pc999 wrote:
justin3am wrote:There will not be a Linux version of Nektarine.


:(

It should be already time for Linux to be treated a first class OS.


It would be cool, but right now I'm happy to see Bitwig, U He and RME there, not using Linux for audio (but with those 3 on bard wouldn't mind it either), but when Windows 7 become XP, I'm gonna seriously think about it, by that time I hope Linux will raise, we all could use same distro for audio and developers would have easier time supporting that.
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pc999
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1270 posts since 18 Aug, 2009

Postby pc999; Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:49 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

Zexila wrote:It would be cool, but right now I'm happy to see Bitwig, U He and RME there, not using Linux for audio (but with those 3 on bard wouldn't mind it either), but when Windows 7 become XP, I'm gonna seriously think about it, by that time I hope Linux will raise, we all could use same distro for audio and developers would have easier time supporting that.


Well, that we can fully control BWS in Linux is a nice step in the right direction.

Any Ubuntu based distro should be good.
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