Better GUI

Request a new device/modular module, and hope that some enterprising developer grants your wish!

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Re: Better GUI

Post by Bud Weiser » Tue Apr 09, 2013 12:59 pm

braincell wrote:May I remind you that this is the wishlist section. It's not for people who are totally satisfied.
No, you shouldn´t, because it´s the device/module wishlist exactly and not the GUI wishlist !
You yourself started the GUI BS topic.
braincell wrote:
If you don't want change, you should not be in this section of the forum.
I can be in this section of this forum all day by reason I mentioned above and even I don´t want to change the GUI .
braincell wrote:
I have a right to my opinion and that is what the wishlist is for.
You are in the wrong section of the forum and pick on german software developers with shouted demands like they have to wake up because it´s 2013 and hardware type GUI is "not in vogue", which doesn´t belong to a device and module wishlist section at all.
I don´t think any user tells the world what´s in vogue and what is not.
That´s why I said GUI is a matter of taste too.

Then you start picking on NI "because they also missed the boat on this" ...
Well, go over to the NI users forum and whine over there because here is the Creamware and S|C DSP hardware and software forum and THIS is the device (.dev) and modules (.mdl) wishlist section.
braincell wrote: That should be obvious but some people seem to miss the obvious.
No, you missed it.

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Re: Better GUI

Post by braincell » Tue Apr 09, 2013 6:09 pm

The GUI is integrally entwined with the modules. Of course they are closely related so that ought to be good enough not only for me but the other people who made suggestions in what I will remind you is *my* thread . Now you are just nit picking. Anyone could see that. You just want to argue with me. That is not the purpose of this thread. If you don't like what I said then you ought to just STFU!

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Re: Better GUI

Post by wayne » Tue Apr 09, 2013 8:45 pm

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Re: Better GUI

Post by garyb » Tue Apr 09, 2013 10:13 pm

braincell wrote: If you don't like what I said then you ought to just STFU!
well, i guess that works sometimes....

i think Scope has a great gui. it allows me to use audio processors and synths with the same ease as hardware. i like that. for me it was a 10 minute learning curve.

if you don't like what I said, then you ought to just STFU! :lol:

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Re: Better GUI

Post by dante » Tue Apr 09, 2013 11:03 pm

:lol: :lol:

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Re: Better GUI

Post by Mr Arkadin » Wed Apr 10, 2013 3:07 am

braincell wrote:I will remind you is *my* thread .
*imagines 3-year-old stamping feet on ground*
braincell wrote:If you don't like what I said then you ought to just STFU!
Ah, the real braincell returns.

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Re: Better GUI

Post by wayne » Wed Apr 10, 2013 5:26 am

Mr Braincell has blocked most of us here anyway, so it's a lonely old thread.

Pity, because I wanted to discuss how "in vogue" cellos, trumpets and saxophones are, and dis the funky GUI on my "72 Mirafone small bore CC tuba.

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Re: Better GUI

Post by Bud Weiser » Wed Apr 10, 2013 5:53 am

Mr Arkadin wrote: Ah, the real braincell returns.
A single braincell ... monad ...
With some chance, a notch above the invertebrates.

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Re: Better GUI

Post by braincell » Wed Apr 10, 2013 7:12 am

Bud Weiser managed to be number three on my ignore list. I will never ever read a single thing he has to say, (not that any of it is worth wasting anyone's time on). Goodbye forever!

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Re: Better GUI

Post by jksuperstar » Wed Apr 10, 2013 7:42 am

Oh, Oh, Mr. Kotter!

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Re: Better GUI

Post by hubird » Wed Apr 10, 2013 9:12 am

For your convenience, Braincell:

Mr Arkadin wrote:
braincell wrote:I will remind you is *my* thread .
*imagines 3-year-old stamping feet on ground*
For your convenience, Braincell:
braincell wrote:If you don't like what I said then you ought to just STFU!
Ah, the real braincell returns.

wayne wrote:Mr Braincell has blocked most of us here anyway, so it's a lonely old thread.
Pity, because I wanted to discuss how "in vogue" cellos, trumpets and saxophones are, and dis the funky GUI on my "72 Mirafone small bore CC tuba.
Bud Weiser wrote:
Mr Arkadin wrote: Ah, the real braincell returns.
A single braincell ... monad ...
With some chance, a notch above the invertebrates.
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Re: Better GUI

Post by Bud Weiser » Wed Apr 10, 2013 9:47 am

braincell wrote:Bud Weiser managed to be number three on my ignore list.
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braincell wrote: I will never ever read a single thing he has to say, (not that any of it is worth wasting anyone's time on).
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braincell wrote: Goodbye forever!
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braincell wrote: Who would like to be next?
We´ll see ... :D

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Re: Better GUI

Post by Mr Arkadin » Wed Apr 10, 2013 9:52 am

:lol: @ hubird being very mischievous.

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Re: Better GUI

Post by hubird » Wed Apr 10, 2013 9:53 am

;-)

edit: had to google for the meaning of that one.
I see now, could be worse :-D
A German girl I met in nightlife of A'dam and who I visited later on in old Berlin called me a Schlingel at some point.
But at the time there was no Google yet :lol:

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Re: Better GUI

Post by Tau » Thu Apr 11, 2013 1:20 pm

bosone wrote:what i really miss in the SFP workflow is the possibility to switch mix channels or change effects routing inside the inserts, just as i can do in sonar....
ehasting wrote:what would be cool if someone made a Multi FX plugin with some kind of matrix to arrange the slots into.
Wolf has such a device, it's included in his mixer and also as a standalone device in the mixer pack (matrix insert). Pretty useful stuff, you can switch devices on and off, change between stereo and mono, modify routing and levels etc...

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Re: Better GUI

Post by garyb » Thu Apr 11, 2013 3:41 pm

hubird wrote:A German girl I met in nightlife of A'dam and who I visited later on in old Berlin called me a Schlingel at some point.

hmmm.....

hubird

Re: Better GUI

Post by hubird » Thu Apr 11, 2013 5:21 pm

yeah :P

students who choose for Berlin got financial privilages back in those days when the wall was intact yet.
I remember she had a masonry coal stove in her room, such a big, man high block, completely covered with shiny tiles.
It was midwinter then, and damn cold.

I was there with the band I was a member of, we could use a rehearsal cellar room for three weeks in Das Rauchhaus, just along the wall.
Quite an adventure everything, we slept with four of us in a room of a junk who was detoxing somewhere.
Main furniture was a cart full with garbage bags of several weeks old :D
It took half a day to get the bus with all the gear through the several check points, and everything looked like a war scene.

But Berlin stole my heart, I returned several times but I miss the wall :wink:

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Re: Better GUI

Post by Bud Weiser » Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:36 am

hubird wrote:...but I miss the wall :wink:
Me too !
When germany was smaller and we had the "Deutsche Mark" and not the EURO,- that were golden times.

OTOH,- there might come the chance to found a building firm and set the (now extended) wall up again sooner or later.
I´d call it the "Coldman & Sucks" Wall then ... nice device for sure.

Bud

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Re: Better GUI

Post by dante » Fri Apr 12, 2013 7:43 pm

Bud Weiser wrote: A dual boot system works always ...

3 options:

2 separate partitions on the same drive,- Partition C:\ w/ XP like it is actually,- Win 7 or Win 8 on partition D:\ (same drive).

You should install all you VST plugins into a vstplugins-folder into a separate partition E:\ on the same drive or on a separate drive.
It will be recognized by both systems by tweaking the VST path in the registry.

or

2 separate drives,-w/ the disadvantage the at the moment unused drive spins always too and wears out while using the other system drive.

or

put your Win XP system drive in a removable case/caddy (3.5">5.25") and do the same w/ the other system drive and Win 7 or 8.

Swap drives (Win XP or 7/8) on demand before booting the machine.

I´d go for solution 1 or 3.

Bud
I'm thinking of Option 2 as I have plenty of space on my D: drive which I would split into 2 using this :

http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/pr ... /#overview

Its cheap.

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Re: Better GUI

Post by Bud Weiser » Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:44 am

Thx,- good application.
I trust Acronis and use True Image WD Edition.
This would be a cool addition.

Bud

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