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tinga
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No man's music

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Pulsar is a perfect machine for drones, I like so much this BTDSys machine, I begin one with some samples of Corona, I'll update this file until I finish it. BMX format, mp3 later.
Pulsar Drone

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pulsar IS amazing and FYI to others, this is a bmx download if u didn't catch it.

where that finished mp3 at man ? :)

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mute wrote:where that finished mp3 at man ? :)
Yes please. The bmx crashes my Buzz with no indication as to why. :(

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IX wrote:The bmx crashes my Buzz with no indication as to why.
Maybe it's because Pulsar doesn't support multithreading, I see that in my gear default.xml:
<Machine Name="BTDSys Pulsar" Multithreading="False"/>.
mute wrote:where that finished mp3 at man?
I try to post one in few days, before I finish this project. Pulsar is a great machine, but it kill your cpu quickly if you don't care, ok here is a mp3 normally, this bmx is a drone and it never finish, fortunately this this mp3 is just few minutes...

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tinga wrote:
IX wrote:The bmx crashes my Buzz with no indication as to why.
Maybe it's because Pulsar doesn't support multithreading, I see that in my gear default.xml:
<Machine Name="BTDSys Pulsar" Multithreading="False"/>.
No, that's in my gear defaults too (I think it's part of the Buzz install?). Must be something else but don't worry, I can never understand how your songs work anyway! I'll settle for the mp3! :lol:

edit: Nice drone. I like Pulsar but I've never used it much due to the CPU hit. Great machine though.

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I don't think I completely understand all the math behind Pulsar after reading the help file, but it does make some amazing sounds - which of course you've exploited expertly, Tinga :idea: I love all the sweeping ambiance you've created. Makes me want to fiddle around with Pulsar…

See You In The Shadows…

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Candle wrote:I don't think I completely understand all the math behind Pulsar after reading the help file, but it does make some amazing sounds
Yes, Pulsar is a great machine, an hybrid thing, I will post many presets in this thread, here is a small demo of my theremin using it to generate short pulsarets, controlled by a leap motion, and trigs the synths via the magic PeerTrig, lot of fun with this theremin simulation. Another one with Kitchen Sink.

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crazy and cool.

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Both the udelay3's crashed for me (seems to happen all the time on this computer). Not got 'lucky' ot 'notebook' will try and find them.

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