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Edgar Aichinger schrieb:
Am Freitag 16 Januar 2009 schrieb Hartmut Noack:
Coincidentally, I recently made a Suse 11.0 RPM of
tapiir. You can find it at:
Thanks for that, Edgar, but I have Suse 11.1 and it turned out, that its
devel-packages made it simple to build tapiir from source.
The app itself did not convince me whatsoever. It has the needed
features but it is not usable for everyday-work. Why? It suffers from
the disease, many sound-manipulation apps come with also. It is
unpredictable, what effect the moving of a slider will have.
As I move the sliders in only but one tap, it jumps from no-effect to be
heared to extreme strange dub-effects. Only a slight change of one
slider can make it catch a few samples to be looped infinite. Thus it is
very hard to get the effect you want for a given track. It is not very
usefull to have a infinite loop being synced to 135BPM if you wanted a
feedback-delay, that fades within 2 seconds after the region on the
track has ended. And it turns out to be near impossible to return to a
working setup if you change something. The only way is to save a patch
and to reinvoke it if you want to get back to a working setup - if I
move a slider I'd like to heare the same as before, if I return it to
its previous state...
So Tapiir has the needed powers but would need a rework of the way its
internal computations react on parameter-changes by the user.
Plus: it should be automatizable and/or at least have something like
.... well, to become a candidate for the bounty-stuff :-)
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