Long story short, as I explained to #foobar2000 regulars:Legal threats caught up with me in regards to tools that aid piracy in source form. I am in the process of rebuilding the site to have not such content...What the hell? Who do I see to get that blacklist removed?
Hmmm I wonder why its on the list.....tima's payback?
Now the leechers can go back to raping our content. Well done ESET.See what you morons had to do, to get full source access? Go make some phony virus reports!!!! biggrin.gifI hope you are fucking happy tima. We also did it under a WTFPL so you can even SELL our code, and we don't get a cent!
I have not reported you to anyone. I have not discussed you with anyone. I have not mentioned your project to anyone. My last visit to these forums was almost two weeks ago. Any difficulties you have encountered are due to your real enemies, not me. I don't care about you.
my only interest in your source code was in potentially offering to help you fix it if you proved incapable, which seemed not unlikely considering what you included in your initial release.
uploaded 1.06with volume control abilities as requested by members of the doom modding community.
I hope I can work out how to transpose and possibly edit some backing tracks too.
Thanks for this. It's great stuff.Are there plans to implement support for the 64bit bassmidi libraries?
Started uploading recordings of Rich Nagel's DOOM soundtrack, with his nice SoundFont.
Might look for more good examples of the synth.
Gawd knows that I plug the old Cakewalk Professional v3.01 as much as I do XMPlay and the BASSMIDI Driver <grin>, but it's the best MIDI sequencer/editor hands-down :) I'm not sure about Windows 7, but even as old as it is, it runs great under Windows XP (and Vista, so I've heard).Anyhow, surf here for the lowdown and the download -> http://www.simpilot.net/~richnagel/#cakewalk :)
Are there plans to implement support for the 64bit bassmidi libraries?
Thank you so much for the link, RichNagel.
Incidentally I'd seen your Sound Font praised an awful lot (but had only a broken link) when I googled for free SoundFonts, so I've now downloaded that too.
For anyone else who downloads Cakewalk 3.01, you need to unzip it into C:\Install\DISK1 for Setup to locate the required files to install it.
A workaround is in the source now....I do not visit forums every day now. Makes more sense waiting till I am actually needed/wanted for something than constantly watching for replies.
Not sure to be honest how to best fix the issues, as they are quite bothersome to implement (dynamic loading all BASS, etc)...