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2012/4/8 Devin Anderson
> On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 8:44 AM, Gabbe Nord wrote:
Yes good idea :-) dont hesitate !
> If and when I do, I'll create a video tutorial on how I
if you make this video i'll add it to the hydrogen tutorial videos page
as you probably know, Wolke (one of the H2 devs) has already created a
number of kits using
synthcloneso maybe he
has some input ?
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2012/4/8 Devin Anderson <firstname.lastname@example.org=
On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 8:44 AM, Gabbe Nord <email@example.com> wrote:
You're not the only person to bring up this problem. =A0There is =
little documentation on how to use synthclone, and synthclone could
benefit from input from user-experience experts to make the software
more intuitive. =A0Unfortunately, synthclone has been a one-person
operation up until now, and I'm not a user experience expert or
particularly good at writing documentation.
I would like to take some steps to rectify this problem. =A0Here are
some ideas I have:
1.) Make a video tutorial on how to use synthclone.
I'm considering submitting a drum kit to the Hydrogen Spring Drum Kit
Contest by sampling kits I've made on my external drum synth using
synthclone. Yes good idea =A0:-) =A0 dont =
hesitate !=A0=A0If and when=
I do, I'll create a video tutorial on how I
use synthclone to create the Hydrogen drum kit.if you make this video i'll add it to the hydrogen tutorial vi=
deos page right awayas you probably know, Wolke (one of the H2 d=
evs) has already c=
reated a number of kits using synthclone so maybe he has some input ?
2.) Find some time to write documentation.
It might not be the greatest documentation ever, but it would be
something. =A0The problem is that I wrote the software, and probably
make some bad assumptions about what the user does and doesn't know
that someone with a fresh perspective might not make.
3.) Get other people involved.
I would love to have other people join me in helping to make
synthclone better for everyone! =A0So, if you are (or anyone out there
is) interested in contributing to synthclone, please let me know!
What do you think about these ideas? =A0Do you have additional ideas
that might help?
I'll be at the Linux Audio Conference this week, so if you're going=
be at LAC and have some ideas you'd like to discuss, please let me
surfacepatterns (at) gmail (dot) com
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