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Ian Craig
Ian Craig
7 May 2018 at 4:44am

I'm trying to get my head around why I cannot set the length parameter to more than 47.554 on a 2 minute 28 second track, meaning that the track will play back in 37 seconds. Is it possible to increase this number to say 2,000 so that tracks over 20 minutes could be loaded and play back at normal speed, whilst enabling the brilliant re-synthesis capabilities of vertigo to be used on them, because it would provide completely new ways of creating, re-creating, re-envisioning previous (otherwise finished) music ? I'm just curious to know if I was born 50 years too soon or not :)

discoDSP
discoDSP
7 May 2018 at 7:21am

It doesn't seem easy to do. I'd recommend using shorter clips instead.

oddy.o.lynx
oddy.o.lynx
28 July 2019 at 11:39pm

This is a great instrument. I am only starting to get the hang of it so much to work with. Also found a bunch of presets. Very happy with this new addition.

As a Linux user I am always grateful for developers like DiscoDSP that put out software for Linux. I've purchased Bliss and Vertigo and both are top notch. I have also purchased audio production software for Linux from Renoise, Reaper, Mixbus, Tracktion/Waveform and Bitwig (and will from u-he soon). Even though I use FOSS too, I like to be supportive of companies like DiscoDSP that put out and produce professional quality Synths for Linux and will continue to support them financially by buying their products (I would hope that other Linux audio users would also follow suit to increase our market share and compel other developers to follow the example set by these companies mentioned above).

Whenever the Linux version of Bliss upgrades to version 1.6 I'll definitely purchase the upgrade.

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