February 1, 2006

In the queue...

by Chris Randall

Man, what a month. While I was waiting for my Intel iMac to show up, I whipped out the product you see pictured above, BigSeq, which is an analog-informed gate and filter sequencer. I have the Windows version done, and when my iMac shows up (which, according to UPS, will be any minute) I'll start work on the OSX VST/AU. Don't know how long this one will take, but not too long.

In other news, work proceeds on porting our OSX products to UB. We're about 90% of the way to having a building method for our products. One issue remains, and when that's solved, we'll start pumping them out. We've also got Discord 2 and another product which I'll talk about when the feature set is, well, set. So the next couple months will be interesting on the AD front.

I'll have a full review of the Intel iMac tomorrow, theoretically. Assuming it works at all, and UPS didn't stick a forklift fork through it or anything.



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Feb.01.2006 @ 6:53 PM
If you need a midi step sequencer, try seq-303. It's ancient but it works...

Feb.01.2006 @ 7:10 PM
Chris Randall
"have you considered making presets an automatable parameter?"

They are in any host that can do so (e.g. Cubase/Nuendo.) Don't know what you use, but that's a host thing.



Feb.02.2006 @ 12:17 AM
DP morphs between preset snapshots quite nicely.

so, would you say that this has a big briar MuRF-analogue?


Feb.02.2006 @ 12:18 AM

Feb.02.2006 @ 2:20 AM
mmm...I like it when it seems my wishes are manifest as soon as I forget about them. Thank you for developing something that is at once useful and really hard to find. My only suggestion, if you could implement it easily enough, would be a "timing" adjustment knob, whereby sync issues can be corrected. Just -0.5 to +0.5 beats according to host tempo.I guess it could be used for evil as well, but that's an end-user issue.

My $0.02,


Feb.02.2006 @ 2:49 AM
Chris Randall
We've hit feature freeze for this release. If it does well enough to warrant it, we've got a couple ideas for the second go-round, and that was something I had considered.



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