Quite a long while ago I had uttered my dear wish to allow for users to
change/define keybinds - I couldn't see any reason why a new prog like
Sweep _must_ be sheepishly obedient to some highly unergonomic settings
of "this other" wave editor. At the time, Conrad had muttered some vague
remark of eventually considering this. I wonder what became of the idea.
hey all, thanks for the prompt response!
> I've committed a fix for this into the subversion repository.
> if you have svn and the all the development headers and tools installed,
> you can grab this and build it with the following commands:
I'm quite new to linux and running ubuntu ... which has allowed me to
get off the ground without much pain, and slowly make my way through
the nitty gritty. I'm familiar w/ SVN, but am just getting started
with dev stuff (trying to set up an enviornment to cross compile for
the gp2x handheld), but I'll see what I can manage with your
> it will be as the ladspa processing in sweep isn't live. you'd have to
> select part or all of the file, then process it, then play, then undo
> when you wanted to revert.
you'll be hearing from me ... stoping a sound to process it is better
than loading the sound up in another editor--your solution sounds
> sooner and you can connect and disconnect ports as you like with that.
> (or feed the output via jack into an app with a mixer and handy mute
> buttons like muse)
would be absolutely sick, but also absolutely in the future :) your
stereo gainer plug and my physical mixer would give me a limited
version of this, with a tacktile interface to boot.
> > I hope to have a sweep track I've been working on up somewhere later
> > tonight
> great! i'd love to hear that.
here we go, 3meg ogg or 10meg mp3 ... i honesly prefer the ogg
i've had a few local friend insist on comming over to see sweep in
action after hearing it ;)
> On Mon, 2006-04-03 at 03:12 +0100, Heimo Claasen wrote:
> > Quite a long while ago I had uttered my dear wish to allow for users to
> > change/define keybinds
good to hear this is in the works ... versitiliy=3Dpower ... and the
more things that can be bound to keys the better!
one thing was off in my mind when i opened sweep: i thought that the
tracker-style keyboard playing would act as a drum map for the
multiple selections in a file (so playing across the keyboard would
trigger the different selections from left to right). i realize
implementing alternate behavior like this would be no small change,
but i like discussion ;) ... would something like that be against the
principle of design in sweep?
p.s. I'm around freenode as well, for #ubuntu and #x0xb0x, have popped
into #sweep but it was pretty dead, will have to check again ;)
From: peter <zenadsl6252@ze...> - 2006-04-03 06:08:02
On Mon, 2006-04-03 at 03:12 +0100, Heimo Claasen wrote:
> Quite a long while ago I had uttered my dear wish to allow for users to
> change/define keybinds
Indeed, i'm going to do that. maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but
I'll post to the dev list when it's in SVN and it should be part of
0.9.3 at the latest.
paugh on irc.freenode.org in #sweep, #lad