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#51 Djeroek

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Posted 08 August 2011 - 12:31

err, deleted the // and tried a bunch of different numbers, but it always opens with asio4all, dunno what I'm doing wrong? Maybe it doesn't recognize emu 202 drivers? Will check the sunvox forum for solutions.

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Posted 05 October 2011 - 17:40

Examples of sunvox_config.ini files:

//Windows, first ASIO device
audiodevice 0
audiodriver asio
//Windows, second ASIO device (for example - second audio-card in your system)
audiodevice 1
audiodriver asio
//Windows, first DirectSound (ignore ASIO if it exists) device
audiodevice 0
audiodriver dsound
//Windows, second DirectSound (ignore ASIO if it exists) device
audiodevice 1
audiodriver dsound

And the new video for dessert :)
Monotron + SunVox + SpectrumGen:

Edited by NightRadio, 05 October 2011 - 17:43.


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Posted 08 October 2011 - 20:12

Acid bass in SunVox. Classic scheme: two oscillators + filter.


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Posted 18 October 2011 - 15:59

For all SunVox musicians: Sunvox Compo #1 has begun! Deadline - October 31.
Details: http://www.warmplace....php?f=3&t=1830
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Posted 19 October 2011 - 20:16

For all SunVox musicians: Sunvox Compo #1 has begun! Deadline - October 31.
Details: http://www.warmplace....php?f=3&t=1830


I came here to mention that too, but it looks like you beat me to it!

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Posted 29 October 2011 - 15:18

I really like Sunvox as it's own piece of software. It's basic, there are not many frills and no real chance to add anything, save for loading your own samples. The interface is different, but for me, that always lends itself to another way of thinking and perhaps approaching songs differently. I like the limited palette, sometimes I just want some bleepy goodness.

I may be odd in the fact I generally like using software in it's most vanilla format, use it for what it can do best and combine the results in other software.

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Posted 01 November 2011 - 20:04

In using it to write a song for this compo, I've really come to appreciate the software.. It's simply a lot of fun to use!

The tracking period has come to a close. We're now in the voting phase. Voting is only for participants, but here are some download links if you want to check out the tunes:

Bandcamp page:
http://sunvoxcompo.b.../sunvox-compo-1
Here you can download all the entries in mp3 or lossless format.

Votepack:
http://www.loopproje...ack-revised.rar
This is an archive with all of the .sunvox modules for your listening enjoyment.
(Edit: The votepack has been revised to include entry from "PrestonSands" since I originally did not see it in my spam box)

Edited by organic io, 08 November 2011 - 16:27.


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Posted 05 November 2011 - 15:17

No samples used! SunVox synths and effects only!

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 16:27

The official Sunvox compo #1 has come to a close..

Results can be found here:
http://www.warmplace...&start=45#p5205

Stay tuned to the Sunvox forums for upcoming compos!
In the works are:

* Minimalist compo (run by Handle) - Only 3 channels allowed. Only 1 sample allowed, the rest must be internal synthesis

* 10Box SVC (run by Chippymunk) - A maximum of 10 modules allowed (Modules are like synths and effects), 8 channel maximum. No samples allowed

* Sunvox Compo #2 - (Samples only? A way for me to crash course Sunvox users on the way of the oldschool? We'll see....)

Edited by organic io, 10 November 2011 - 16:28.


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Posted 11 January 2012 - 16:59

Now ready for Android!
https://market.andro...ghtradio.sunvox
:yeah:

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 10:17

So *that's* what Android fragmentation means ...

*laments purchasing original original Galaxy Tab right when it came out*

EDIT: Ooh, runs on SGSII *haz a happeeee*

Edited by martyfmelb, 12 January 2012 - 11:14.

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 13:04

buzz clone

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 18:08

Well imo Sunvox has the better GUI capabilities and the more advanced modular engine!

Would be great if Alex Zolotov was joining the Renoise team! :lol:

EDIT: Is Sunvox able to use AUs and VSTs?


EDIT: Damn, the gui is so sexy fast and flexible also under OSX now! Last time I checked it wasn't 60fps... The better buzz imo. But where are the VSTs?

Edited by Jurek, 12 January 2012 - 18:14.

MacOS 10.12.6 Retina, Renoise 3.1 64 bit   -   Tuned Shortcuts | Multi-Jump From/To Send | Quick Template | Insert Native DSP Menu (incl. deprecated)


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Posted 12 January 2012 - 18:52

No VST/AU support in the current version :) Only internal modules.
External plugins support will be in future updates.

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Posted 19 January 2012 - 14:02

External plugins ... on Android? There's no common format for that is there? I smell in-app purchases a-comin'...
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Posted 19 January 2012 - 14:21

Sunvox is a nice piece of software, but I like my 3rd party stuff too much to consider it. Plus the modular format doesn't work for me, much like it didn't work for me in buzz.

To me it doesn't feel proper modular, it just feels like an untidy way to run a signal chain.

I wish sunvox all the best and even bought the iphone version myself but I can't see it becoming a major part of my arsenal unfortunately.

At least not the way it is now.

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Posted 19 January 2012 - 15:02

btw this thread should be renamed to just 'Sunvox' or something.

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Posted 19 January 2012 - 15:24

fair

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Posted 19 January 2012 - 15:46

I think of sunvox in some ways similarly to reason - it's a self contained, closed system... at least for the moment. The utility of that can vary depending on the project ... sometimes I need those pristine U-he synths and effects... sometimes the constraints of working within some fundamental building blocks can be inspiring and also make for music with a consistent aesthetic.

I love modular interfaces like sunvox's. Sure, you're not doing tricks with audiorate modulation, but you can definitely do more complex signal forking/bussing than you can practically do with more traditional mixer/matrix-style routing. Personally I got into maxmsp/audiomulch early on in my music life, so I think I have that mindset of signal-chain-as-instrument...

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Sunvox is a nice piece of software, but I like my 3rd party stuff too much to consider it. Plus the modular format doesn't work for me, much like it didn't work for me in buzz.

To me it doesn't feel proper modular, it just feels like an untidy way to run a signal chain.

I wish sunvox all the best and even bought the iphone version myself but I can't see it becoming a major part of my arsenal unfortunately.

At least not the way it is now.



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Posted 19 January 2012 - 16:03

wow that looks good, as an ex buzz user it really appeals to me. btw buzz is being developed again, seems a lot less buggy now but not all the machenes work http://jeskola.net/buzz/
sunvox for android too :)

i really dont know why renoise doesnt have an android port. lazyness or narrow minds i guess.

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Posted 19 January 2012 - 16:17

lazyness or narrow minds? Trolling much? As much as I like android and would like to see a renoise port, it would practically be an entirely new program for a market that's barely profitable for even the most successful apps. You can't take the current interface as-is and expect it to work on phone-sized screens with no keyboard. Porting makes more sense for sunvox because it was designed for small touch screen interfaces from the beginning.

wow that looks good, as an ex buzz user it really appeals to me. btw buzz is being developed again, seems a lot less buggy now but not all the machenes work http://jeskola.net/buzz/
sunvox for android too :)

i really dont know why renoise doesnt have an android port. lazyness or narrow minds i guess.



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Posted 19 January 2012 - 20:51

hehe
thaught that would get someone going, didnt mean any offence by it sorry, just speaking my mind.
as for the market not being profitable, i see really bad apps selling a 7 or 8 quid a go with 50,000+ downloads.
and yes renoise ui would have to be remade for touch screens but it really isnt that hard to do.

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Posted 20 January 2012 - 12:41

I love modular interfaces like sunvox's. Sure, you're not doing tricks with audiorate modulation, but you can definitely do more complex signal forking/bussing than you can practically do with more traditional mixer/matrix-style routing. Personally I got into maxmsp/audiomulch early on in my music life, so I think I have that mindset of signal-chain-as-instrument...

I'm a fan of the MAX/MSP and Reaktor thing too and have made quite a few tracks using MAX/MSP only.

I think they're great. But if I'm doing an opus that requires 40-60 tracks each with multiple DSP elements in them I need some kind of enforced order because I'm a messy programmer.

I dunno... does sunvox do rewire? I could see me using it then as an insert in whichever DAW I happen to be using. Otherwise, I may as well just use Reaktor if I'm going to create something that is pure signal chain.

That said of course, I'm coming from the position where I've had the money to purchase these things and sunvox is of course free so...

Like I say, I'm not being anti-sunvox here I'm just saying I can't see myself putting the time in with it because the ideas in it don't work for me at this point.