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by Numanoid; Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:30 am
But their site was barely updated in 2012, and little information to be found in general (especially for those not speaking french).
by RunBeerRun; Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:05 pm
All the old school SE users are pretty much gone except for payware now.
by Ichad.c; Tue Jan 15, 2013 1:25 am
P.S. I've been with SE for 7+ years - does that make me old-school?
by sinkmusic; Tue Jan 15, 2013 2:35 am
I know him a bit from various interweb stuff. He's alive and fine, afaik.
I know he's gotten a bit more into hardware and DIY projects : just the same thing as before, but with a soldering iron
I can't talk for him if he stopped/made a break/just didn't find time to keep on updating his instruments and FX, but he may chime in here sooner or later
And yes, i agree, his plugins are fine !
by Numanoid; Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:06 am
sinkmusic wrote:I know him a bit from various interweb stuff. He's alive and fine, afaik.
Good for him
Hopefully will have time to follow up the Uniwave project.
It's a bit sad that they abanonded Oxytocin, but I guess they had taken it as far as they could.
by novaflash; Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:55 am
thanks for yours kind words, and thanks Sink to have reported this thread.
I have frozen VST dev. since 1 year essentially due to synthedit evolution
(too slow) and after 10 years of VST i have decided to go back to the hardware.
But the more recent VST are maintained if a bug is reported.
by Numanoid; Sat Jan 19, 2013 3:51 am
I used Oxytocin VST a lot in the past, and is having a bit of renaissance with the NovaFlash plugins at the moment.
That is why I asked why there had been so little activity on the NovaFlash webpage of late. But I understand your SynthEdit issues, but hopefully a new version that allows for 64 bit plugs will be released soon.
by novaflash; Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:08 am
Numanoid wrote:but hopefully a new version that allows for 64 bit plugs will be released soon.
Unfortunately all third party modules will be lost with the x64 SE version.
One more reason i have stopped to release something new
Oxytocin is very complex inside and use modules released for SE v1.0,
unstable with v1.1 the current version. DH the author of the
third party modules have totally stopped his module support since 4 or 5 years.
Following the user support group always, i am not optimist about a near x64 release. I am not alone, lot of well know SE dev. have stopped too.
by mztk; Sat Jan 19, 2013 11:20 am
plugins with SE 1.017 and 1.1
whether people can get them working with 64bit systems
depends on the community. shame to dump all previous
work in the name of progress, when a lot of them work
perfectly well. everyone runs around shouting '64bit!'
like it's the armageddon...
by Numanoid; Sat Jan 19, 2013 11:23 am
But I can understand a developer taking a break from Synth Edit, if he feels he have exhausted its possibilities and cannot get further with it.
by runagate; Wed Jan 23, 2013 12:52 pm
I was completely baffled by the SynthEdit beta, and I think perhaps on my Windows 8 x64 system there's some dependency missing since clicking on stuff in the leftmost column doesn't cause anything to happen, but I'm not a developer so I can wait til it finally gets done being made.