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Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by garyb » Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:53 pm

:)

i'd like one that can be 8-32 channels with pads to connect outputs to. i'd even donate.

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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by happycritter » Tue Jul 29, 2014 11:48 pm

Are you looking for a sea of VU meters like an old MCI console or the blippity-bloppity LED kind?

What scale of metering would you like (peak-hold/RMS/K-scale)?

What type of inputs (analog I assume)?
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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by garyb » Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:25 am

well, for Scope.
peak-hold would be fine. vertical ladders would be preferable.
audio input pads and a click/drag system to change the number of channels like the dynamic mixer would be awesome.
nothing extraordinary needed...

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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by happycritter » Wed Jul 30, 2014 9:23 pm

garyb wrote:well, for Scope.
peak-hold would be fine. vertical ladders would be preferable.
audio input pads and a click/drag system to change the number of channels like the dynamic mixer would be awesome.
nothing extraordinary needed...
I'm just now learning some DSP stuff so it would be a long while before I can produce anything of any use to you, however, an analysis package with metering (for a SCOPE control room) is one of the items on my 'to do' list. A C/C++ program might be able to do the deed.

The control room/analysis package I envision is something similar to what DAS (iirc) has but with more bells and whistles suited to what I think is useful.
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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by garyb » Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:33 pm

no problem. thanks for thinking about it.

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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by Warp69 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:47 am

Ain't there a meter bridge already in Scope? I have used it multiple times in the past.

Is it allowed to distribute/upload old Pulsar/Scope software? Like modules not present in the current versions (both consumer and developer modules).

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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by garyb » Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:59 am

yes, there's a meter bridge. it just doesn't work in the way i would prefer(connections).

sure, it's allowed.

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Post by Warp69 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 10:18 am

garyb wrote:sure, it's allowed.
Even Scope DP modules, like : FFT, SPL Attacker Effect 2 etc.?

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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by garyb » Sun Oct 05, 2014 10:34 am

maybe i misunderstand.

if they're in devices made with DP or SDK, i don't see why not.
if you mean the raw modules and software, i would think not, but you'd need to write to Holger for any details.

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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by Warp69 » Sun Oct 05, 2014 10:48 am

I mean the raw modules inside Scope DP/SDK. I have lots of different versions of the old Scope DP which contains a lot of modules that's not present in the current SDK. These modules are obviously part of commercial devices or devices that never got released to the public.

Including unprotected MeterBridge.mdl which can be modified to match your requirements. The FFT modules are also present. The position system with multiple virtual speakers and listners etc.

Some of us have a lot of Scope DP modules not present in SDK - All the (synths, vocoders, mixers etc.) devices is unprotected and people could learn alot from them and just maybe start a release of new/improved devices for the platform. Since I can't get Scope SDK working on Win 64bit they just lay there on my HD.

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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by sunmachine » Sun Oct 05, 2014 11:05 am

Warp69 wrote: Some of us have a lot of Scope DP modules not present in SDK - All the (synths, vocoders, mixers etc.) devices is unprotected and people could learn alot from them and just maybe start a release of new/improved devices for the platform. Since I can't get Scope SDK working on Win 64bit they just lay there on my HD.
For someone like me, who just starts learning the SDK, this would be a great resource for sure!

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Re: Please make me a meter bridge.

Post by Pygmy Audio Farms » Mon Oct 06, 2014 2:12 am

sunmachine wrote:
Warp69 wrote: Some of us have a lot of Scope DP modules not present in SDK - All the (synths, vocoders, mixers etc.) devices is unprotected and people could learn alot from them and just maybe start a release of new/improved devices for the platform. Since I can't get Scope SDK working on Win 64bit they just lay there on my HD.
For someone like me, who just starts learning the SDK, this would be a great resource for sure!
This would be a very useful resource. Yes I hope these become available

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