BDBaker1958

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Joined: Monday, April 24, 2017
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I can't find the "reciprocation dingle arm" that is listed in the features. Does anyone know how to activate it? I'm hoping it will enable retro-encabulation in AB3. Thanks!
MidiFire by Audeonic Apps
Saturday, September 23, 2017 by person BDBaker1958
I haven't taken the plunge on MidiFire, yet, so would like to be considered in the contest for an iOS copy. Thanks!
Happy Birthdays!!
Pulse Giveaway Contest!
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 by person BDBaker1958
My entry ticket.....
Claude - I was able to "import" using Audioshare. Simply select a sample in AudioShare and copy it to the General Pasteboard. Then, in SynthScaper, go to the Files window and select Paste and it will bring it in from the "clipboard". You can rename your Scenes, Oscillator presets, and Samples with a folder name followed by a comma at the beginning and it create a new (or copy to an existing) group to help keep things somewhat organized. Good luck!
What an incredibly deep piece of work this one is! Another great addition to the iMusicAlbum portfolio. I pity the blokes who do a "Top-10" IOS Music Apps list at the end of the year. There have been so many fantastic contributions already in 2017, this may be the year to go to a "Top-20".
Mark - I'd like to be a fly on the wall of your studio while you are doing one of these. It must feel pretty awkward talking to "yourself" and hoping someone online is actually listening. :-)

BTW, you mentioned the SOS Synth Secrets PDF, and here is a link to the best-formatted version I've found: http://www.mediafire.com/download/7w2dcsqmkbeduea/Synth+Secrets+Complete.pdf
I see a place for both types and greatly appreciate the time you guys invest in preparing and presenting these. The prepped / edited / polished tutorials are great to learn how to do specific stuff in a quick study, but when I have a lot of "free" time (e.g. hopping on the treadmill) I like to switch on one of Jakob's live streams or these new ones from Mark to see and hear their ad lib'ed creative process & thinking.

The ones I don't really have much patience for are those that are just a bunch of preset playing and twiddling with knobs with no explanation or thought into what they are doing.
Tim - thanks. Indeed, the "left-shift / refresh" tip cleared up my cache and now it looks fine.
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