Plamondon Posted January 6, 2006 Author Share Posted January 6, 2006 (edited) The long term future of the Thummer , I suggest, lies in whether it appeals to enough people on this non-logic level as well as the theoretical level. This is something only time will tell. I agree entirely. On the one hand, the jammer could appeal to concertinists, as they are already familiar with the notion of a 2D button-field. On the other hand, though, many concertinists have chosen to play the concertina (I suggest) as a REJECTION of newfangled electronic gadgetry. BTW, you can now find much better-quality demo videos on Google Video, and videos of the entire 45-minute announcement of the jammer -- including demos, discussion, expert opinion, and audience feedback -- on www.thummer.com/demo.asp. Having first encountered the Wicki/Hayden layout on concertina.net, I am happy to have been able to share its details with these forums members. I'll keep your helpful comments and suggestions in mind, and check back in from time to time. Thanks! :-) Jim Plamondon CEO, Thumtronics Ltd The New Shape of Music www.thummer.com Edited January 6, 2006 by Plamondon Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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