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3.12.11

Windows....grrrrrrr

I'm posting this from my iPad, since my dev computer has been sufficiently rendered impotent at the moment by my attempts at installing a working version of Boot Camp on it. Please ignore any misspellings or overt sexual innuendos, assume they are the result of ios's amazing and entertaining spellchecking features.

I've been busy lately playing with monomodular, and adapting some new generative plugins for use with the current suite. Also, there will be a new m4l based installer released with the next revision which will allow users to connect to subversion and download the most recent revision of the suite, all from within Live. I'm hoping it doesn't catch anyone's computer on fire.... It requires nothing beyond a single .amxd file on macos, but unfortunately will require a java class file to be in the right place for windows users. The osx version is finished and working on several machines, but I haven't had time to finish the windows version yet (thus the boot camp debacle).

In addition, I've finished the 256 TouchOSC patch, but am waiting for release until I finish both installers. I had some strangeness the other night with it, which corroborates someone else's report of ridiculous latency, so I'm going to examine the situation further before release.

In other news, the looper has undergone some serious surgery and is working better than ever. Hopefully it will make it into the next release. I'm currently building a switch/pedal for it that will connect directly to the block/ohm's expansion jack and allow direct control of the looper and some scene firing functionality with the next versions of the python scripts.

I'm happy to see more and more people recognizing the potential of monomodular, and the support is greatly appreciated. There are several new videos up on YouTube covering different setups and instructions for use, and I'll try to link them later when I have a real computer to use again.

I'm trying to get a website together to showcase some of the "music" that I've made over the last several years of developing this stuff and to permanently house all the documentation (that I intend to write someday ;) ).

Happy blinking :)

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