Use The Novation Launchpad Like A Monome

This video demonstrates how you can use the new Novation Launchpad like a monome.

To try this out, you’ll need a Launchpad (You can get them for $199 at Zzounds and other online retailers), a free app called nonome and a monome app.

For this demo, Mike Tron built a Windows executable that combines nonome with a monome program called mlr. Tron is offering to build an OS X version, too, if there’s interest.

5 thoughts on “Use The Novation Launchpad Like A Monome

  1. Because it's using an application designed for the Monome.

    With the Launchpad you can replicate the functionality of the Monome hardware, and for a much cheaper price.

  2. Could somebody please guide me through setup. I can open polygome as a stand alone device but I can't figure out how to open it in live.

  3. Could somebody please guide me through setup. I can open polygome as a stand alone device but I can't figure out how to open it in live.

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