I'm as unhappy as you that we don't have the information we need to
Leonard Ritter wrote:
The really sad fact is that supporting it with freebob will probably be
very easy, but we just don't get that little bit of extra information we
need. If you can manage to get it, it is a matter of days.
Just for perspective: I implemented the DICE-II basic support in one
day, because they provided me with decent information. Now the only
thing is that they have to provide me with a device to test my
implementation with... debugging will probably take longer than writing it.
> call it passion. and fame is a valid reward for passion.
that is a better term indeed.
What I want is an application that allows me to be creative with loops
without losing the idea of a song. The focus is live mixing oriented.
Start from a song, then split it into 'regions' that can be looped
(either beforehand or live). Then allow sequencing of these loops in any
imaginable manner. Imagine a song with
"intro-theme1-bridge-theme2-outtro". I want to be able to say: play
intro, then theme1 two times, skip the bridge and play theme2 two times,
then theme1 again, then the outtro. Then start over.
I want this on multiple tracks (song1-song2-song3) simultaneously and
synchronized, while respecting beats/bars.