tallowwaters wrote:Vouching for Ryan - this thing is dogs balls, bees knees, and Regina Spector's rectums. A very cool software editor for something that really needed it.
tallowwaters wrote:this thing is dogs balls, bees knees, and Regina Spector's rectums.
Ry-Fi wrote:Lend me a Mac!... and hang tight for about 6 months!
Seriously, I've never done any Mac coding but certainly wouldn't balk at the opportunity to do so (and h**l, there's a lot of potential money to be made in iApp development...). But seeing as how I don't own a Mac, and this took me 200+ hours of development where about half of it was due to using a new language (I'd never written a Visual C++/MFC app before; VB yes, VC yes, console C++ yes, but VC++/MFC no), the prospect of spending that many hours/resources to make a Mac version actually mentally exhausts me. I'd rather move on to my next project as opposed to looking at this VF-1 Editor code any longer, and that's what I'm doing.
Sorry, I know that's not what you want to hear... How about getting a PC? That's certainly easier!
You know it's an editor for the hardware and not a VST, right?rharris07 wrote:I personally would rather just keep seeking out a physical VF-1 than switch back to pc, heh.
pricklyrobot wrote:You know it's an editor for the hardware and not a VST, right?rharris07 wrote:I personally would rather just keep seeking out a physical VF-1 than switch back to pc, heh.
The Editor is super cool, but the VF-1 has a good-sized display and a pretty logical menu layout, so it's not the worst thing to edit from the front panel. You should definitely get one anyway.
rharris07 wrote:f**k me, you're right. for whatever reason i've been reading it correctly, but still assuming it was a VST emulation of the hardware. what a dumbass. sorry!