2022-06-22 (W) PrandomBeats Sampler attempt and new magnets

The general MIDI percussion sounds I've been using are limited to one recording per instrument, so some of the arrangements I've made sound remarkably similar. I wanted to break out of the limitation by using a sampler. When I connected one, I discovered it used a different configuration than my other devices, which used headphone jacks instead of MIDI DIN connectors. I couldn't find an industry standard regarding TRS and MIDI.

When I displayed my laser-cut sign in the past, I usually rested it up against the display, but lately, that hasn't been an option because of some fabric I stretched across the lunch box. To make it hold tighter, I glued six little magnets to the back and held them firm with six more on the front until they dried.
Magnets glued in place

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