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  • Cool new user interface with possible mixing applications, or needless gimmick?

    Have a look at the Leap Motion video on this page and tell me what you think.
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    Have a look at the Leap Motion video on this page and tell me what you think.


    I don't think it will change my mind. or way of working , never mind thinking, more gizmos.

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    • #3
      Not sure what I'd use it for, but if I can justify the price, I might have to get one. Would probably be a bit of a learning curve, but I got patience.

      Wait did I just see it will cost $70???? I'm there the day it releases for that price.
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      Did I mention that Harrison Mixbus 3 is out? If not check it out. It Is AWESOME!!!

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      • #4
        it might make writing automation easier/more fun.

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        • #5
          If it integrates something like pinch-to-click, zooming, mix/edit window switching, 2D swipe scrolling, then I would be very interested. Pro Tools has so many key commands and can use so much screen real estate that having that kind of control would greatly speed up the mixing process.
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