My Striso arrived yesterday!

Here is a first jam on the Striso Board. I really like that thing!

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Great! It is quite the instrument, isn’t it? Looks and sounds like you’ll be well served. Welcome to the “family,” and I look forward to more of your work! Thanks for sharing.

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I’m kind of in shock about how great the Striso Board is. I own a Linnstrument, and I think the Striso is better for controlling the Y axis because of the tactile feedback those rubbery nipples provide. The note layout is super inspirational too! I’m going to be using this thing a lot going forward.

I’ve been controlling this with it today:

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Great job, you seem to be getting good with it really fast!
I love my Striso. I wish there was a way to control the Y without influencing the Z so much…

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Nice! I’m looking forward to seeing more from your exploration with the instrument :slight_smile:

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One more!

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Very nice! I am reminded of the old adage:

“Give Eric Clapton my guitar, and he sounds like Eric Clapton. Give me Eric Clapton’s guitar, and I sound like me!”

Happy to see what real musicians might do with Striso!

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Something to think of with it. One thing you could do, depending on how you’re processing it, is to have it have a change in the absolute value of Y decrease the effect of pressing Z. It would probably be fiddly to get right, but possible.

-Frank