Seaboard Block Buy
The seaboard block is great with the noise app. Bluetooth works great and the battery lasts longer then your iPads. You can connect via usb as well. I got the kit and the block gives you another 25 keys. Then you might also like a phone with touch force to play the third voice. To bad that the swam instruments in noise are not available in the AU version.Also got the microfreak and have to say that its synth engine gives me even more joy then the individual pitchbend of mpe.
seaboard block buy
While the Rise has extra sliders and an X/Y pad for limiting or expanding the range of motion on the fly, you can expand your Seaboard block with a Lightpad block to perform those functions, if you absolutely require them.
The company already has its line of considerably more affordable Block controllers, but it is now introducing what is easily the most accessible Seaboard ever, and quite possibly the most affordable MPE controller on the block.
The large, homegrown museum houses a lot of items that children will enjoy: a doll collection, a horse-drawn fire truck, and many models, including a large Mayflower, among other things. It's an old-fashioned place showing off the handiwork of local people representing their own history. You could spend a couple of hours looking at the exhibits while those who lose interest play outside on the broad lawn or climb the monument. It's a 252-foot tower of massive granite blocks, the tallest all-granite structure in the United States. It was completed in 1910, commemorating the Pilgrim's landfall at Provincetown on November 11, 1620. The tower can be seen from far out to sea and down the Cape, and the view from the top is amazing. The climb is not excessively scary, but the 116 stairs and 60 ramps should burn some excess energy; and it's fun to see the stones donated by different towns set in the walls of the stairwell. The museum has plenty of free parking, making it a good starting point for a visit to Provincetown. To avoid the pedestrian-dominated downtown streets, turn left from Route 6 north onto Shankpainter Road, left again on Jerome Smith Road, right on Winslow Street, and left on High Pole Hill Road into the lot. 041b061a72