16869RE: [YamahaDX] Re: [Jsynthlib-devel] release 1.0 promotion (fwd)
- Mar 1, 2014just updated my java still not running oh well will keep using my unisynth editor ''demo''
also strange i tried to email unisynth to buy the editor as explained in the demo mode
i got a email not sent message as if the email address didnt exist anymore.
also you can indeed send 7 midi channels at once with the roland mc303
press shift and 14 then press any channel you want to send then set to ext with value wheel.
makes my dx100 really nice with arpeggios
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2014 20:35:20 +0900
Subject: Re: [YamahaDX] Re: [Jsynthlib-devel] release 1.0 promotion (fwd)
It's dmg, which is Mac format. Image has opened on my Mc as JSynthLib.app, but as my system is old (G4 PPC, OSX 10.5.8) it doesn't work.There are other DX projects on sourceforge.net:It's written it's Java project, how to install it and compile or anything else to make from it normally starting application? The last thing I'm interested in is to start things like Terminal and write some commands like in 1985 when I started with C64... If I'm not wrong, now we have 2014. Why modern program can't start normal simple way after double click on its name? Why programmers use this way, do they really expect some musician will use such uncomfortable software? Or it's just me, am I getting old? Am I too much spoiled by easy GUI? There were times I could do my own software in Basic, GFA Basic and even I seriously wanted to start study of Turbo Pascal, but later I have decided to concentrate on music, electronic music instruments and MIDI. So now I don't want to lose any more time and invest it in deeper study of Java and so on. I lost a lot of time in my younger days with girls :-)Another one is DX7 II Manager:This one is "Qt/c++" ??? Again, I have the same question like above to our programming specialists - how to install it and make it normally starting application?In both cases I would like to use it on Mac PPC G4 with OS 9.2.2 or OSX 10.5.8, I can't use more recent versions.Thanks in advance.Daniel ForroOn 1 Mar, 2014, at 8:01 PM, victor jones wrote:
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