[sdiy] Wack idea or no?
petergrenader at mksound.com
Sun Jun 16 23:41:37 CEST 2002
I had no plans for my specific appplication to interface the software with
the circuits. It's just an automated way of documenting a patch. You
construct a flowchart from the available boxes that you have (each
representing a module), put them togehter via lines (which represent
patchcords) and if you clocked on the specific box (module) another window
would come up with a place to enter all of the significant control settings,
which would be stored there for the next time you opne that file, and click
on that box, etc.
on 6/16/02 4:57 PM, jbv at jbv.silences at club-internet.fr wrote:
> This is an idea that I've had for quite some time,
> and I even started to work on it.
> The only (but main) question I have is : how are
> you planing to interface that piece of software to
> the analogue electronic circuitry ?
> I was thinking of MIDI sysex through the serial
> port, as I don't think there will be much data to
> transfer, as long as only patches are concerned.
> Next question : should controls relative to each
> module be adjustable in real time on the screen ?
> If yes, the amount of data might be somewhat
> more important...
> Anyway,I was planing a multi-platform development :
> windoze, mac & Linux.
> I don't have much time to discuss this right now,
> but I definetely like the idea, and I'm open to further
> Comments are welcome.
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