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Re: Sometimes God Responds - (Mac software looper)
Is there going to be an, arrgh, pc version anytime soon?
Is this the program you did Partched on? I still listen to that.
thanks on an ongoing basis for always being around.
Ken Mistove wrote:
> Hi all,
> The past day's e-mail has been interesting. I'll try to address all the
> questions in one single response...
> >From Rob Monn:
> >YOU ARE GOD! I d/l'ed your looper and MSP runtime and it worked like a
> >charm -- 4 60-second loopers at one time. I have one request. could
> >do a lite version requiring half the ram with two 60-sec loopers? Only
> >request, but it would allow me to use my old powermac as a standalone
> >looper unit.
> It's tough being a Supreme Being... Seriously, I'm glad you have found
> software to be of good use.
> I added a "lite" version of the patcher to the archive file on my
> It has two delay lines of 60 seconds each and requires 24MB RAM. You can
> grab it now...
> >wow. with tap tempo my mind would be blown.
> Very possible...updates are in the works.
> >the latency is crazy low, too. what a dream.
> That's all the work of MSP's author, David Zicarreli.
> >From Todd Madson (God for a short time):
> >Hi: regarding your software looper. Do I need to have Opcode Max to
> >it work? If so, what version? Or, do I need the MSP extensions to make
> >Max to figure out the audio portions of things? Or, do I just need the
> >MSP extensions by themselves?
> All that is required is the runtime version of MSP available from
> http://www.cycling74.com/. This is the free version of MSP. You can't
> or create patchers with this version however.
> If you want to create your own or edit other patchers, you need Max 3.5.9
> and MSP (currently at release 5). That's a big chunk of money, but well
> worth it. I believe David Z has worked out a deal with Opcode to
> Max and MSP together in the near future. You'll have to check his site
> >From Jason Lescalleet:
> >Anyone know of any good PC software for looping?
> The good news: Max and MSP are officially being ported over to Windows.
> The bad news: It's scheduled for late 1999.
> >From Matthew Pierce:
> >Awww, What about a software looper for us pc folks?
> >Dear God...
> See above response to Jason...
> >From Stephen Goodman:
> >What sort of files does Ken's player use?
> It can output SDII and AIFF files. Currently there is no support for
> reading from a file. It is an easy thing to add though.
> Which leads to:
> This little looper I wrote was and is an easy project. I am very open to
> suggestions. Please write me with features you would like added. As
> "Procrastination" will remain freeware. It's my little gift to the looper
> Have fun!
> My music and other stuff:
> King Crimson music (Elephant Tape):