|From herrfrog jr on 24.12.2004, 16:56:
Few beginner questions, por favor
I am really impressed. I don't have much experience in tracker software, but this is really powerful. I was trying to decide on whether to try this, AudioMulch, or modplug, and despite a little more difficulty in getting the thing to work(cleaning out my vst effect folder, the biggest thing,) I am very impressed. My earlier tracker experience is with a BeOS program called XRS. A rather simple tracker program I would guess, and the easiest one of them all. (Although, some features are rudimentary, like no undo feature.) I enjoyed that very much, and what I am seeing is now worlds beyond with psycle.
|From mutilus on 25.12.2004, 23:27:
Merry Christmas, Herr Frog.
|From herrfrog jr on 26.12.2004, 17:15:
|From mutilus on 26.12.2004, 17:46:
|From liquid boy on 27.12.2004, 01:01:
hmm, Beos *drool*. i really hope that one of the clones (and zeta) succeeds in the long term. Beos made me not hate my computer
|From herrfrog on 07.12.2005, 06:21:
Another beginner question, SVP
I guess it is a year now since I posted this message about my discovery of Psycle, and I have unforunately been very busy with work; so much data, so little time. But anyway, I started turning my thoughts toward Psycle again a few days ago, and I am again making rudimentary efforts at playing with it. (Now with a much better computer.) At any rate, I dl'd the new version and am again impressed, and again it is Christmas time! So thanks and merry Christmas!
|From [JAZ] on 07.12.2005, 21:01:
If the instrument gets a loop, then, the loop is inside the .wav/.iff. You would need to remove it from there.
|From Taika-Kim on 08.12.2005, 18:46:
Very often I also experience the slight inconvenience that samples have loop forward on for their whole duration.
|From minifrog on 30.12.2005, 19:32:
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