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nix808
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3462 posts since 22 Jul, 2006, from Melbourne, Australia

Postby nix808; Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:44 am Re: FlowStone will be 64-bit!

Hi Gary 8D,
I remember Bini- was it? the delay, or am I mixed up?
Now there is a much better trigger system, which uses a codebox Ruby.
This has timing about as good as MIDI, CPU dependant.
It leaks RAM if dynamic in 3081(last stable version)-
but the upcoming stuff just smashes it-
including using 1/4 the cpu for Ruby trigger operations(no leaks).
So hang me for letting a cat out of the bag,
it's beneficial I hope RDSP.
It's like the mythological tick1000...
but it's better to use less for sequencers and such and not poll streams
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Postby crystalmsc; Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:49 am Re: FlowStone will be 64-bit!

Both SIDizer and Oresus were the first came to mind, hopefully they will be updated.
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nix808
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Postby nix808; Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:53 am Re: FlowStone will be 64-bit!

to Gary--
Here is a seq I built using this Ruby trigger system, compiled in the nu Alpha->
https://www.sendspace.com/pro/dl/ry2btz

edit-this is still x86
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Postby GaryG; Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:10 am Re: FlowStone will be 64-bit!

ghettosynth wrote:
GaryG wrote:Without wanting to sound flippant, did they ever sort out the 'green' timing issues? That's what kind of killed synthmaker for me; it should have been dead simple to knock up generative sequencer-like things etc but the timing was always slave to windows interrupts and was all over the place. I know you can kludge it using audio paths instead but was always fiddly and, well, just seemed a missed opportunity.



Good question, I don't know. I lost interest shortly after the transition to FlowStone. I think I paid for one update and then let it lapse.


I never migrated, the pricing scheme was beyond what I was prepared to pay (and I had recently got Reaktor so... :)) And closing the old forums was a bad move, so much experience lost.
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Postby GaryG; Wed Nov 08, 2017 2:13 am Re: FlowStone will be 64-bit!

nix808 wrote:Hi Gary 8D,
I remember Bini- was it? the delay, or am I mixed up?
Now there is a much better trigger system, which uses a codebox Ruby.
This has timing about as good as MIDI, CPU dependant.
It leaks RAM if dynamic in 3081(last stable version)-
but the upcoming stuff just smashes it-
including using 1/4 the cpu for Ruby trigger operations(no leaks).
So hang me for letting a cat out of the bag,
it's beneficial I hope RDSP.
It's like the mythological tick1000...
but it's better to use less for sequencers and such and not poll streams


Yeah, Bini was me, I still use it sometimes. :) It was simply a couple of delays feeding back into themselves to make all manner of unholy noises, taking advantage of SMs one sample latency.

The Ruby stuff sounds intriguing, I guess I'm going to have to check it out now... :)
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Postby autodafe; Sun Nov 12, 2017 1:54 pm Re: FlowStone will be 64-bit!

Jeff McClintock wrote:
Don't mean to hijack the thread, but SynthEdit currently has mature 32-bit support (Windows VST2), 64-bit (Windows VST3) support in beta, and Mac (Audio Unit) support in Alpha.


i still have an old license for synthedit. is the MAC version available somewhere?
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