Frozen Lonesome

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Reminds of the Bleep Labs Thingamagoop 2 that I had for a while. Demo vid. https://youtu.be/8_QFHI3lDiw
Fuck Synthrotek
Thursday, October 19, 2017 by favorite_border Frozen Lonesome
On October 19, 2017 - @Tim Webb said:
@Frozen Lonesome: You're welcome? ;)

I feel super weird accepting praise for shutting down nationalism. This shouldn't be praise-worthy. I'm uncomfortable, and disheartened, with the fact that in today's politics "I think Hitler had some pretty bad ideas" is now a controversial stance.

I fully agree. But in times like these, its important not to remain silent. And not everyone does speak up. I'm slightly guilty of my not following my own advice cause I have a pretty deliberate apolitical stance when it comes to social media. I post about music, my music, and science mostly.

But when at Discchord, I feel like I'm hanging out on my friend's front porch, having a drinking and talking about things that make me happy. If someone was to shout at us we would certainly respond. Many sites would just ignore and delete (which I'm sure you often do) but its your place and the community guidelines are very clear and should be followed so the site remains a welcoming place to be for everyone.
Fuck Synthrotek
Thursday, October 19, 2017 by favorite_border Frozen Lonesome
On October 18, 2017 - @Tim Webb said:

One criticism often hurled at progressives is that they preach tolerance, but are intolerant of opposing view points. You make sure you let your friends know that this is not always the case. I have been incredibly tolerant of your antisemitic and nationalist bent. For years. When you crossed the line I've had to edit the posts, and have a word with you, but I've been extremely tolerant for years.

This one just pushed past that tolerance threshold. You're free to hold any philosophy you like, but you are not allowed to embarrass me by using my site to express such profoundly disturbing philosophies here.

I'm afraid after all this time, and repeated requests that you not post this shit, I am going to have to ban you.
Thanks Tim for not allowing your site to be soapbox for "profoundly disturbing philosophies".
Take this with a grain of salt as I have not watched your video yet Tim. Bought Zeeon just the other day and have only had initial plays with it. Dig the ease of the sequencer, but couldn't figure out how to access the sequencer in AUM as an AUv3. Also, appears that there is no IAA implementation either. Was I just dreaming these gaps?
Looks cool!
On September 14, 2017 - @Ian said:
Kinda ironic i just walked in the door with a new iconnectaudio4+ and now i read about THIS cool little device! Really cool we have cheaper options for this.
I really like my iconnectaudio4+ . The only drawback is that the iPad app doesn't work very well and to save time with simple or complex routings, I have to use the app on my laptop. Not a deal breaker but I'd prefer not to use my computer in my set-up. I can't count the number of times I've tried to move a fader on the mac screen with my fingers instead of the track pad. :)
Cool. I ordered one right away ($35 CDN with tax. Even though I have an iConnect Audio 4+, sometimes I don't feel like hooking up my mac to get things going. This looks like a super simple option when I want to grab a sound from my hardware synths.
This app generated a vigorous discussion on Synthtopia which devolved (as they often do) to the mantra of "Yeah, I like playing with my iPad, but I would never use it or its not capable of being the hub of my set-up. " Lot's of comments about the size of the size of the download (almost 4GB - apparently expands out to 11GB) (Does that seem possible?)

http://www.synthtopia.com/content/2017/08/22/neo-soul-keys-studio-for-ipad/
On August 21, 2017 - @Sarmad said:
Great work Steve!
Cheers Sarmad!
On August 21, 2017 - @MikeV said:
I LOVE IT
Thanks MikeV!
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