• svanya

    @shreeswifty

    Thank you, for your comment. I really appreciate it.

    As to challenging...I had to think about my reply:

    I've always found it better to build my patches with all of the features I can think of included before I release it. It's always proven easier than trying to add requested features later.

    And while I know my patches tend to the quite complex side, I lay them all out hierarchically with my hope being, given an hour or so, the user will be able to figure out/master ~90% of the features.

    I apologize if they cause too much of an effort to learn. And regret it, if it scares people away from what would be quite entertaining if that initial effort is put in to get past that daunting learning hump.

    Honestly, it's just easier on my mind if I obey my conscience. And it always says "Put it ALL(!) in". :-)

    Thank you, again, for your comment.

    Happy Pd-ing and stay healthy.

    peace through sharing love through music-e.jpg
    -s

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  • svanya

    @Worik
    Should have said:

    "Requires zexy, tof, and moonlib (externals) be in your path".

    If you install those and add them to your Preferences>Path it will resolve the:
    z~, limiter, date, time (zexy)
    tof/pmenu (tof)
    and
    mknob (moonlib) errors.

    As to the "multiply defined" errors, I think it's probably because you had more than 1 my-guitar-rig~'s open at one time.

    Try fixing those and get back with me and we will see what problems remain and resolve them.

    Thank you, for your patience.

    -s

    p.s. if you don't already have zexy, tof, and moonlib in your Path, they (all together) are good to include as they offer a huge amount of additional resources to work with.

    p.p.s. having experimented with this patch, I am very certain you will find the patch worth this effort.

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  • svanya

    @Worik
    Sorry, about that. I am pretty sure it was because of the pesky iemlib/para_bp2~... issue.

    The below replaces the eq13 with a vanilla eq5-w-menus that works out of the box for me.

    my-guitar-rig-v2-eq5-ver.zip

    Please, do let me know if it does or does not resolve the issue for you.

    Thanks, for checking it out.

    Peace through Sharing.
    Love through Music.
    -s

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  • svanya

    @shreeswifty
    My apologies here are the missing piece(s):
    vlist2symbol.zip

    Thank you, for your interest in the project. I hope you enjoy using it.

    -s

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  • svanya

    So made this, the tshirt especially, for my appreciation.

    Note: I make no money (profit) on this (or any of the items on my site here). They are all set to 0% profit. Just feel like "Giving It All A Way To Go Free".

    Thank you, for all you do, for your self, for music, for our community, aka. for "The World" at large. Stay Healthy!

    Peace Through Sharing.
    Love Through Music.

    https://www.redbubble.com/i/t-shirt/Peace-Through-Sharing-Love-Through-Music-by-Scott-Vanya/97904006.WFLAH

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  • svanya

    Screenshot.png

    dynamic-spectral-delay-v001.zip

    p.s. actually I am not sure if this is what a spectral-delay does. But it sounds a lot like it and is a lot cpu-cheaper.

    Peace through Sharing.
    Love through Music.

    Hang in there, help someone, and I hope you are doing well.

    Sincerely.
    Scott

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  • svanya

    @bocanegra

    I must move on. Duty calls me elsewhere.
    But will say this much, re: your comment about overkill...

    What is loses in performance, the concept more than enough makes up for with elegance.

    Peace.
    -S

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  • svanya

    I am doing a lot of work right dynamically creating virtual (MobMuPlat) (midi and network out) instruments. For which such a thing is sure to prove very useful.

    I hope it might also "Serve You well".

    Peace Through Sharing.
    Love Through Music.

    -s

    p.s. You might also find the mode+key selector very useful, as it spits out chromatic circle constellations as 12-long lists by relative harmonic, where number is the relative harmonic and 0 implies not in the mode.

    pinf.zip

    pinf.png

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