jules wrote: ↑
Fri Sep 18, 2020 12:27 am
JamminFool wrote: ↑
Thu Sep 17, 2020 3:01 am
bug report: latest version (11.1.16 and 11.1.17) are not running the SOUL patches again. They just display a forever loading circle...
Can you give me a bit more info about that: i.e.
- which patch you were trying?
- do any patches work?
- which OS are you on?
I'm about to do a big update for SOUL on Waveform anyway to add a bunch of new features, so I can check this out at the same time, but would be useful to know what to test.
I tried it on a selection of patches. I had already installed all of the patches from the playground website and been using them successfully in previous versions of Waveform. When I updated to Waveform 11.1.16 Beta, I noticed that the release notes mentioned an earlier version of the betas (11.1.14 or 11.1.15 ???) had been updated with SOUL 0.9.49. So I tried loading the same patches I had been using successfully in the last official release of Waveform, and none of them seemed to work (i admit a did not try ALL of them, but I tried several and they all went into a infinite load.)
Then I went to GitHub and downloaded all the latest stuff and used "soul create MonoSynth --synth --output MonoSynth" to build the MonoSynth as shown in your video. These files were correctly written. But when I used "soul play MonoSynth\Monosynth.soulpatch", it showed the exact behavior as Waveform did... an infinite loop with rotating circle to indicate loading.
The soul tool version from the GitHub which I am using is the same version shown as included in the Waveform beta I am using (0.9.49).
I then tried playing several of the examples from the Github download and they showed the same problem. I tried these patches in both Waveform beta 11.1.16 and the SOUL tool 0.9.49 from the CMD window.
Example patches which I know failed were SOUL-909, PadSynth, SineSynth, Delay and ElecBass1, but I'm pretty sure that none of them work.
I am using Windows 10.
Shut The F*ck Up Donny.