from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. An expression with a single term, such as a product of numeric variables (with no addition) or a conjunction of possibly negated Boolean variables (with no disjunction).

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A monomial.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as monomial.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

From mono- + -ome; compare binomial, polynomial.


  • StepSeq (Novations Max for Live sequencer for Launchpad users), you get some idea what monome users have been enjoying all this time.

    Curiouser and Curiouser!

  • The iPad changes everything. monome, pictured above, goes for a lot of money on ebay.

    Cult of Mac

  • There's great stuff in the pipeline, too: think OSC support, for control via monome, iPhone, and the like, plus the ability to run Numerology modules as Audio Unit plug-ins.

    Create Digital Music

  • The soundtrack for the vid was composed entirely in Ableton Live along with a monome 64 controller.

    MAKE Magazine

  • Check out more pics from his manufacturing process over @ monome. org.

    MAKE Magazine

  • Backlit-button-lovers of the world - behold the most massive monome yet.

    MAKE Magazine

  • The "512" is a super limited production run from pro-maker Brian Crabtree's Catskill, NY based workshop, and sports the meticulous build quality typical to the monome brand.

    MAKE Magazine

  • Open source, Arduino-based version of the monome controller interface that utilizes usb midi and open sound control.

    Eyebeam reBlog

  • So it reacts to light on the monome to change either pitch or modulation.

  • Tom sawyer sweep: mopho1 various bleeps and blips: mopho 2 and evolver square bass, pad sounds: virus TI kick drum and some percussion: spectralis other percussion, voice, guitar: monome / molar



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