What a busy little bee you are
Cant wait for 1.0 release, you keep spitting them out in no time. Good work, where is your knowledge from ?
Well, 95% of the work was simply reading through all the source code and trying to figure out what it was doing, then thinking about how I could implement my solutions. The actual physical labor of writing code only amounted to maybe 5% of the time. But as things stand now with version 0.93, I'm pretty happy with the way it's working and, if there are no bugs discovered, this will probably become the 1.0 version.
My knowledge is all self-taught, to be honest. Though I started as a Computer Science major in college years ago, I switched majors to Music Engineering after only a year. I didn't like the fact that they were trying to teach us LISP just to understand the fundamentals of programming...I'd already done enough BASIC and C++ programming of my own to understand these principles and felt like the courses would be a waste of time. Besides, my passion was music.
The best thing, though, about the x0xb0x is that is uses an Atmel ATmega162 microprocessor. This is the same family of microprocessors used on Arudino boards. I've been programming those for about a year so I was already quite familiar with those processors when I started looking at the x0xb0x source code. The Arduino platform is great--super-fun to build your own stuff. I'll be using the same microcontrollers for my own SID projects, too.
Paradigm X wrote:Wow, awesome, many thanks for your efforts. Im still on sokkos 1.9.
I assume this means it will now swing my synced tr606
You're welcome! And, yes, this should also cause your synced TR-606 to swing, too. It should also work for the TR-707/727, TR-808, and even the TR-909 (though it's not as necessary since the TR-909 already has its own built-in shuffle). Let me know if it doesn't work!