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Re: Phonics open source builds

Postby Walter Sommerfeld » Thu May 07, 2015 7:20 pm

Hi again Nick,

sorry for the late response - spring is here and the garden... duty calls ;-)
...I'm fine, too

Have a new master piece (Midi Controller Emulator) in the making(again) with > 100 CC's and notes :o
...hope it will be ready till summer!

btw:
with 'RGB' i mean the red Midi parts, the green components and the blue stream parts... i like these shortcuts... ;)

Cheers,

Walter
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Re: Phonics open source builds

Postby djbrynte » Tue May 19, 2015 10:25 pm

nice u finaly finished the tool :D i will sheck FS file :D
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Re: Phonics open source builds

Postby djbrynte » Tue May 19, 2015 10:28 pm

Wow this looks like a realy nice tool now when i checked the FS file. Nix do u want me to redesign it for you? will look much better but u need to give me some ideas and images what ur after. Also i can show u some knobs u can decide. And it alos seem like i can do some presets now because now synth is working well i belive?
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Re: Phonics open source builds

Postby nix » Wed May 20, 2015 7:04 am

I'm happy with the design mate!
It's real eye candy.

I'd love it if you made the presets 8D
You will find out prolly better than me if it's all working if you do that
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Re: Phonics open source builds

Postby Alexandre » Sat Mar 14, 2020 12:40 am

Freq is very very nice, thanks!
I´m using it non professionally, personal use only.
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Re: Phonics open source builds

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Thu Mar 19, 2020 3:01 pm

Thanks Nix, you make the best, especially your arpeggiator. Amazing.

Just as good as the sequemcer in Carbon Electra.

Will be releasing the new Freq with the phonicsaudio.com name on it in a matter of a week, 2 weeks. Been busy learning trig, sorry.
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Re: Phonics open source builds

Postby nix » Fri Mar 20, 2020 6:30 am

oh thanks guys, cool.

Feel free to use freQ however professionally you need Alexandre,
pm me if you need a license statement
I personally like the hybrid and ab idea, as well as variable gain/reduction

no apology necessary wlang, that's admirable and will serve u that you're studying math!
heh- I'm terrible with all but the simplest stuff
I hope developing is very rewarding ongoing
Exonerate started the arp that's in Entrancer, I learnt a lot modifying it.
Nice that maybe you can use it somewhere, I seem to recall that it took some time

Stay safe community, take care
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