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Vectrik Freeware

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KVRAF
 
3493 posts since 6 Feb, 2003, from UK
 

Postby Concretefx; Wed Jul 18, 2012 6:36 am Vectrik Freeware

Hi there

I've decided to make Vectrik freeware. This is because it is very old, and the way it works means that I can't guarantee that it'll work in all pc systems, so it's not fair to offer it for sale give there is a good chance that it might not work.

I apologize for anyone who has bought Vectrik, but I can't really carry on selling it, due to the above.

So Vectrik is now freeware, but I can't give any support for it, as mentioned before it is very old, and so might not work in every system. It was written in delphi, and I don't even have delphi anymore , so I am not updating it or fixing it. Anyone using it, your on your own :)

So you can download it at the following places

http://www.concretefx.com/VectrikDownlo ... kSetup.zip

with an update of the dll at

http://www.concretefx.com/VectrikDownlo ... rik_11.zip

and the serial is

345890722679

Cheers

Jon
KVRian
 
1220 posts since 16 Dec, 2002, from Bristol UK
 

Postby bronxsound; Wed Jul 18, 2012 6:39 am

thnaks for that :)
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KVRAF
 
1604 posts since 7 Jan, 2004, from Earth

Postby Totolitoto; Wed Jul 18, 2012 6:59 am

Thanks
I can't live without Kubik
I'm sure It will be the same with this one
You're generous and talented!
KVRian
 
689 posts since 26 Jun, 2008, from Czech Republic

Postby FarleyCZ; Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:56 am

<3 Delphi. Sweat highschool programming. Is it possible to develop plugins in it now when that new company's developing it instead of Borland? I'm not able to buy a license for it, just courious. :)
KVRAF
 
17152 posts since 12 Jul, 2003, from West Caprazumia
 

Postby jens; Wed Jul 18, 2012 1:11 pm

Everything Jorgen Aase up to XT2 had been programmed in Delphi - all his plugins and all of his hosts... Delphi applications tend to have an innovative depth to them that many C++ counterparts lack (just look at Adder, at Kubik, at Digital; look at eXT 1.4; look at ElectriQ) - and it appears Jon is the only former Delphi coder who managed to bring (at least some major part of) his mad scientist novelty over to C++
'I don't know what makes XT2 sound at least 15% better than XT1, but it simply does.' - DJT

http://www.myspace.com/rustymagicmusic
KVRAF
 
3493 posts since 6 Feb, 2003, from UK
 

Postby Concretefx; Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:18 pm

I liked delphi, creating gui's is so much easier in than in c++. However delphi wasn not on the Mac (there apparently a Mac version called XE2 now) but that wasn't around when I started with Mac stuff), so c++ it had to be, for cross-platform development.

About developing with the new version, I suppose so, but it's been so long since I last used it, so my opinion is to be taken with a pinch of salt.

Cheers

Jon
KVRAF
 
17152 posts since 12 Jul, 2003, from West Caprazumia
 

Postby jens; Thu Jul 19, 2012 1:02 am

Concretefx wrote:I liked delphi, creating gui's is so much easier in than in c++.


That might explain why many Delphi applications are so deep - I assume if it's easy to make certain ' more esoteric' functions accessible to the user, it's more likely that they will end up being implemented. For instance, by far the most complex LFOs I ever came across are those in Kubik.
'I don't know what makes XT2 sound at least 15% better than XT1, but it simply does.' - DJT

http://www.myspace.com/rustymagicmusic
KVRAF
 
3493 posts since 6 Feb, 2003, from UK
 

Postby Concretefx; Thu Jul 19, 2012 7:05 am

Hi there

Well delphi's IDE allows you much to more easily put in controls, and connected them up to the code, so making development easier and more rapid. For c++ I have to do it all in code & the register file, which makes things slower.

About the LFO etc, delphi has a good range of functiosn which allow such things, but then again c++ has a lot of them as well.

Cheers

Jon
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KVRAF
 
4680 posts since 25 Apr, 2002, from the bottom of the barrel
 

Postby spacedad; Wed Sep 12, 2012 11:07 am

just seen this.
very kind,jon.
many thanks!
(if you ever need copies of my old crap,hit me up)
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KVRAF
 
4680 posts since 25 Apr, 2002, from the bottom of the barrel
 

Postby spacedad; Thu Jan 10, 2013 4:34 am

shame,but i'm having no luck on win7 here.tried ext1/2 and savihost.
crashing host.
anyone had any luck?
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KVRAF
 
1604 posts since 7 Jan, 2004, from Earth

Postby Totolitoto; Thu Jan 10, 2013 4:39 am

Crashing FL10 too :(
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KVRAF
 
4680 posts since 25 Apr, 2002, from the bottom of the barrel
 

Postby spacedad; Thu Jan 10, 2013 10:35 am

boo.:)
maybe it's a system file that delphi relied on?
KVRAF
 
3493 posts since 6 Feb, 2003, from UK
 

Postby Concretefx; Thu Jan 10, 2013 11:55 pm

Hi there

I imagine the memory management used in it doesn't play nicely with Win 7 (especially in 64 bit).

One of the things I would like to do is an update of Vector, but I would need to convince Rob :)

Cheers

Jon
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KVRAF
 
4680 posts since 25 Apr, 2002, from the bottom of the barrel
 

Postby spacedad; Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:27 am

yeah,i have got win7/64.
though i put it in 32 folder obv.
thanks for the info,:)
just another reason to hang onto my winXP machine.(or figure how to install virtualPC)
KVRer
 
5 posts since 26 Sep, 2012

Postby deep808; Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:15 am

Thanks, looks pretty interesting 8)

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