Nothing can replicate the accuracy, efficiency, and control of the human touch, no matter how delicately hot-tub jet technology progresses. Bringing touch to production and performance, Music Computing.
From a guy who designed Apple clones in the late '90s and previously headed Open Labs (endorsed by everyone from Prince to Lil Jon), MC creates touch-screen music interfaces that afford electronic producers and musicians the ability to manipulate (edit, perform, record) digital instruments with the same technological swagger as a CSI detective, so maybe you can stop that vicious serial killer before he deads a 6th man named Mau. The cream of the crop's the StudioBLADE workstation, which implements a 10.1" touch monitor connected to a Windows 7 computer (Intel Core 2 or i5) loaded with PreSonus's Studio One, custom synth virtual instruments, and sampling programs; the comp's attached to a full 61/88 semi-weighted keyboard, 8x8 drum pad grid, tons of assignable knobs, and nine sliders, ironically the very lunch Jerry O'Connell had to give up to get cast in Sliders. Their touchscreens are also available as standalone 32"/42" LCDs connectable via VGA or USB with an optional Gibraltar rack-mounting system; then there's the Clearview system, which displays a projected image on two sides of a frosted piece of glass, so that an audience can actually see your chicka-chicka no talent.
If you're not the touchy type, MC's also offering the iKeyDock, a keyboard production station that allows you to slide your laptop straight into one of their workstations, a tight fit that a strategically placed jet could never replicate.