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thanks for the kind words. 'moving through...' is my favorite too! ;)
I've been using SC for now 2-3 years, but never really constantly.
being able to do actually 'something' with SC has been merely a year, I
but it really worth to try, you won't need anything, and it's powerful
On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 12:06 PM, sevol wrote:
> > 2012/10/4 Dj=E9ho Youn :
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Hey, sevolthanks for the kind words. 'moving through...' is=
my favorite too! ;)I've been using SC for now 2-3 years, but never=
really constantly.being able to do actually 'something' with S=
C has been merely a year, I guess.
but it really worth to try, you won't need anything, and it's power=
ful beyond belief.=A0On =
Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 12:06 PM, sevol <email@example.com> wrote:
> 2012/10/4 Dj=E9ho You=
thanks for making these available for download. since i was having the
same trouble as David & others getting soundcloud to 'play' i&#=
missed them otherwise & that would have been a shame.
'moving through...' is nasty, brutal stuff with all the polyrhythmi=
chatter, skittering, & what not =A0you've created. impressive &=
powerful. i think it may be my favorite, but i have to say it's hard
to choose one because they all get around nice.
may i ask how long you've been using supercollider? i've never trie=
it. perhaps i will one day.
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