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November 19, 2009


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James Lewin


Thanks for sharing this. I enjoyed both your impressions of getting started with the Tenori On and the tech details on how you plan to use it.

Mark Mosher


No problem. I think some videos of it in use are called for once I get further along. I stayed up way too late last night using the Tenori-On to play Absynth and Alchemy.


Mark Mosher

I just made added the following to the post above

Using Your Own Samples and Storing Data
.. Samples, songs, blocks, layers can be saved and loaded from an SD card. Sample memory is non-volatile so samples remain in memory even if you turn the unit off and back on again! That is good news since it takes about 3 minutes to load 1 user voice containing 16 samples. You definitely will want to get your samples all installed before you perform – either that or you’ll need a Tenori-On roadie :^).

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