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Musical Tablet

July 10th, 2014  | Published in Tech Notes

The iPad app that I’m playing here is TC-Data from Bit Shape Software.

It provides a programmable interface that converts your finger touches into controls for a musical instrument.

You can program the interface so that the distances, angles, rotation, speeds, and timings of your touches become expressive data.

You can find out more about TC-Data here at my Beepzoid website.

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