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I could really use a 64-bit version of Sgorpi's Multitrack Writer. If the source is available somewhere I can try make the build myself. Unless anyone knows a good alternative? For those who don't know, it's perfect for converting buzz tracks into lots of individual, perfectly synchronized parts so you can easily import the whole thing into a traditional rack-based DAW (protools, adode audition...) for mastering or sending the project to non-buzz (unenlightened) people.
Don't think sgorpi made the source available. If you can do C# you might want to have a look at the Jeskola Loop Recorder source (in the BuzzGUI repository) and see if you can make something out of that. I don't know C# very well but I think it should be fairly easy to do something similar to MTW.
Hey sgorpi I forgive you for being out of touch and I love you. Hey I'm getting the hang of this. Here's the modified source and 64-bit DLL. The required modifications were removal of MDK dependency and removing the "struct member alignment" setting which caused one of those mysterious crashes.
- because of MDK removal and me being lazy, this version treats everything as stereo, I don't think it makes much difference though.
- the source that you posted was slightly different from the previously published mtw, in that it added a random number to exported file names. I just removed the feature so it acts exactly like the published version, unless I missed another difference.
Well said. I was unenlightened many many many years ago, when I checked buzz, did not understand it at all, or was confused of its method, many years later, knowing seeing other software, just I recognized how perfect its sequencer view is! Plus the ENTER switching from sequencer to pattern, in both directions. Scale, add some breaks here and there. Nothing can beat such a sequencing concept. Every DAW should have this. For arranging I mean. The rest concepts they can still keep, but for arranging this is the coolest method I have seen.pac wrote:... or sending the project to non-buzz (unenlightened) people.
What would be the real-time equivalent of sgorpi mtw? e.g. for routing from Buzz to Reaper? So you could have best of both worlds. Coolness of buzz for composing, arranging, coolness of Reaper for its mixing capabilities. So you could play in Buzz, but with fatter sound, as you would use some Reaper tricks behind it.
Tried to test this quickly, could anyone give a short hint how to use sgorpi multi track writer? Ok, I routed e.g. 3 generators to it. How do I start the recording process? I tried a few things, pressing REC in buzz, pressing rec in the plugin, somehow I am missing something important? Or do I have to use some secret menu, with render or so? Thanks for any useful hints.
Yep! mtw needs a separate "column" or better track in the master for every track you want to record ... e.g. you need a this track and a start and a stop pattern in it.somehow I am missing something important?
I'm away from my Buzz-setup at the moment, but you put a 0 for record start and a 1 for stop (or just the other way round, don't know exactly at the moment and you can put it at the exactly right place in the sequence-view, So, finally mtw records all the tracks, or just parts of it, just as u want ... it's also fine for "punch in's" ... hope it makes it more clear now ...