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  1. I owned the first one he sold.

    It had two fatal problems. One was the firmware, which was never designed to have multiple switches send the same note-on/note-off messages. I was ready to spend some money on a programmer and compiler to fix that for him, actually.

    The second problem though was that the curviture of the unit would flatten out slowly in hot weather. There was no metal chassis. Once the unit flattened out a few degrees the keys wouldn’t move properly.

    Ultimately I sent it back to him. It’s a pity, it’s a nicer controller in theory than the AXiS-64 or Zendrum.

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