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bpm hardware (update)

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Re: bpm hardware (update)

Postby ssp » Sat Aug 21, 2010 2:51 pm

thanks joker, the system has changed quite a bit now and i have added some new features that well... im not prepared to share here at the moment. thing is no one else has thought of them and they are not on any other unit out there at the moment so i thought, well i may as well add them to mine.!
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Re: bpm hardware (update)

Postby Dwetmaster » Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:19 am

So I see on youtube that you finally finished it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAQlexnSlE0
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Re: bpm hardware (update)

Postby joker77 » Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:26 am

I want it in All Black/with Black Pads!! 8) seriously tho I think ssp is redesigning another unit at some point.. we'll have to wait n see what he does next.
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Re: bpm hardware (update)

Postby ssp » Sat Jan 08, 2011 3:28 pm

Still here.

update: well im still working on the unit and still streamlining it down into a more compact unit.

I have since found some nice display units that if i build a self enclosed bpm that can using a certain bit of software just display the waveform /display section of the bpm software, this in turn will end up with the unit having a true 100% original controller replica look and use.

I would be looking at stripping out a mac mini with multi audio interface and placing that inside the bpm unit. That along with some ssd drives and a few other goodies means it becomes a self enclosed workstation.

Well as you guys know im always working on stuff and im still finishing my self contained vst hardware synth host, im also working on something else at the same time as well so i am a little busy on those fronts. as soon as i have more news for you i will post it up.

as for the original controller its still going strong and i have beat the crap out of it!!! it just keeps on ticking!!

a couple of videos of it in use coming up soon also

thanks again for your interest.

keep cool!

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