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Haptic Synapses interviewed for PodSeeker

Haptic Synapses | December 2, 2016 in how its done | Comments (0)

If you ever wondered how we do our thing, take a listen to this podcast that our friend Dev Addison Bhat recorded with us!  Our segment begins at 21:36.


Haptic Synapses EPK electronic press kit

Haptic Synapses | December 1, 2016 in how its done | Comments (0)

Yo, check it out! We have assembled an EPK, or electronic press kit.  This is going to be a little meta, but it’s riiiight here:

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Tools: Alesis IODock for iPad

Haptic Synapses | July 2, 2011 in how its done,tools | Comments (0)

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I just got my Alesis IODock for iPad. It solves some serious live performance problems for me!! Here they are:

1. Playing my iPad live is awesome, but keeping it powered up is a decision between power and midi data. Previously, I would plug in the camera connection kit for midi or a power plug. No more. The IODock has power to keep my iPad charging while in use, and a square style USB port.

2. Speaking of midi… Previously I’d have to connect a midi out usb device from my computer to a midisport UNO connected by the camera connection kit to the ipad. Giant hassles! Now with the IODock, I just go directly from the computer to the dock. No midi devices whatsoever between the computer and the iPad. Sweet!!

3. Flexible outputs… Since there are quarter inch output jacks and a headphone jack, I can use whichever I need to. Sometimes playing live, I can experience the iPad being too quiet… The headphone jack on the IODock gets *crazy* loud. So I have options for different mixing environments.

4. Looks professional. Always helps. Ima cover up this giant Alesis logo post haste, guys. (Sorry Alesis.) But the case looks good, the tilt is nice. A definite plus.

And I guess there are a bunch of other things that are in this box, but the items above cover the price of admission for me! Well done Alesis. This seems like it’s going to be a great product.

-steve