synthesizer kx modular system 1

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  1. Russ

    Russ Well-Known Member

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    It is good to see that you are still working on it :)
    I have not had a chance to check out the updates yet, but it all sounds good.

    ...and the demo song has some nice sounds in it.

    -Russ
     
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    stylus02 New Member

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    russ, i still see much potential in the dsp and kx/dane. but nobody makes money with kx, so it takes time ;) next logical step, after improve the basics, is to improve the timing. i'm very impressed of lemury┬┤s fast midi response in his a-synth/ drumsynth demos.

    stylus
     
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  3. Eugene Gavrilov

    Eugene Gavrilov kX Project Lead Programmer and Coordinator

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    I'm glad to see this project is evolving : )
    Good work, thank you!

    E.
     
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    stylus02 New Member

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    i have to thank you eugene. your sdk and max's dane make it possible. :)

    stylus
     
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    stylus02 New Member

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    important update. new fast keyboard unit "kxm120". see top entry.

    stylus
     
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    Russ Well-Known Member

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    BTW: You shouldn't save hardware settings, etc in your kX Settings files that you share with other people (you should probably just save with the default options (when saving from DSP) + automation).
     
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    you mean the dsp structures *.kx? i allways checked all boxes while saving.
    i did'nt know for what all this stuff is for. am i right when i save with following settings?

    - dsp
    - version ind.
    - card ind.
    - automation
     
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    Yes, that would be much better. Some hardware settings are not compatible between different card models, and can cause problems (plus there is no need to have people use your SF, mixer, buffer, etc settings).

    BTW: Automation is only needed if your are using automation in that particular DSP config (of course).
     
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    ok i will update the *.zip's.
    ..
    updated version 1.1
     
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    Oops, did you recompile the 3541 version of kxm120? The GUI is not working (crashes kX Mixer). I think that maybe you forgot to compile it using the release build config.
     
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    i did facelift an added copyright info. yes it was recompiled. mm.. you get the project files.. mom

    http://freenet-homepage.de/stylish-stylus/kxm120_1.0_vc6.zip

    i installed the 3541 sdk only. then i took the demo workspace and deleted
    demo.cpp, demo.h, simple.h and puted in kxm120.cp, kxm120.h, simple.cpp (kxm120).
    maybe this don't work. i have no chance to test it.
     
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    Hehe, its your plugin, you do not need to give me the project files when you make changes, etc. For that matter, you do not need to add my name to it, etc, just a thanks for the help is fine :)

    Just remember that when compiling for 3539 or later, to set the active config to the Release build. (in VC6, Build -> Active Configuration -> Win32 Release)

    You can just use the workspace from the project files I sent you, as they were from 3541 anyway. There is no need to use anything from the demo plugin folder with that workspace.

    i.e.
    Make new folder in the SDK 3541 folder.
    Add my project files.
    Replace kxm120.h, kxm120.cpp, and da_kxm120.cpp with your updated versions.
    Open the workspace.
    Set the Active config to Win32 Release.
    Build the plugin (resulting .kxl will be in the Release folder).
     
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    stylus02 New Member

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    can you compile it for 3541 and send me? so can i can make a link on it.
    the 3541 is compatible to 3540, 3539? (seen on your website) > this could be the best solution right now.
    the configuration setting in vc6 and all this crazy stuff i'll test later.
    the copyrights are correct for the moment. the important things were added by you. :)
     
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    OK. Send me a PM with your email address, so I can just email it to you, rather than having to upload it to my web site, etc (if that is OK with you).

    And yes, I think that it should be compatible with 3540/3539 (since 3539 plugins are compatible with 3540/3541).
     
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    files updated. i really hope it's done.
     
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    Here is something I have been playing around with, using kxm for the synth sounds:
    Temp link: kX Stuff 2
     
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    mm.. very nice sequence. are all the sounds generated with the modular?
     
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    Thanks,
    The guitar and drums are not from kxm, but the rest is.
     
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    added to the examples list. do i hear the microwah-wah too? ;)
     
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    No microwah, what you hear is probably the envelope of the kxm510 modulated by the kxm700.
     

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