The Lemur was one of the first 'touch-enabled' interfaces commercially available. Developed by Jazz Mutant in 2005 and discontinued in 2010. It was re-released by Liine as an iPad app in 2011 as Lemur v3, and further developed during 2012.
The original hardware Lemur was an FPGA device with Ethernet connectivity.
Liine Lemur v3 onwards only runs on iOS devices.
Lemur v3 - Released December 2011 as an iOS app.
Lemur v4 - Released December 2012. This version added in app editing, allowing users to create and edit projects without the need for a computer.
Dexter was an alternate system that could be loaded an run on Lemur v2 hardware. It provides a standard DAW interface in place of the customisable Lemur system.