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Sep 16, 2009

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John M.

Cool :-)
I've got my setup help together with velcro too, but I've got my two units velcroed opposite each other to an improvised stand of old wood and rusry screws. Also I've got the diatonic scale colored with the whites and no altered keytops.
A video I just shot two seconds ago to give you the idea:
http://s922.photobucket.com/albums/ad67/JlMoriart/?action=view&current=2009-9-20-21-27-48.flv
Coloring helps a lot to begin with but I'm more concerned with how I'm going to give myself tactile feedback on certain keys like a bump on "do", especially because with my setup I'm required to not be looking at at least one hand. Have you done anything to this effect? I don't know if I want a dab glue on a key top that I might eventually move.
I've said it before, and it's even more true now. This looks professional, and I look forward to some footage of its performance.

John M.

Cool :-)

I've got my setup help together with velcro too, but I've got my two units velcroed opposite each other to an improvised stand of old wood and rusry screws. Also I've got the diatonic scale colored with the whites and no altered keytops.



A video I just shot two seconds ago to give you the idea:








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