Monthly Archives: March 2012

Envelope editing enhancements

Today I did some work to enhance the envelope editing. The envelope segments can now directly be dragged to adjust and the envelope points can optionally snap to adjacent envelope points. (click image for animation) Next HourGlass release should not … Continue reading

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Status update…

Working on HourGlass but on nothing spectacularly interesting (mostly polishing/testing the newly added stuff). Hopefully a new release in a few days…

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New sound sources management, YouTubed

Making the new stuff a bit more concrete what it is about…

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Sound sources editor, part 3

Even closer to usable state…(Obviously needs more work for the texts displayed and the ability to control the sound source volumes, as allowed by the old editor.) – – One really nice thing about this is, that if you don’t … Continue reading

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New sound sources editor, part 2

Getting closer to something working… –

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Sound sources editor overhaul

This is completely prototype-level at the moment and missing stuff and doesn’t really work, but I think this kind of GUI for the sound sources and the weight/volume snapshots is going to be a lot better than the current solution. … Continue reading

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HourGlass Scripting improvements

Featuring automatic on-the-fly compilation of the script, ability to insert variable and function names into the code by pressing Ctrl+Space in the code editor(*) and, finally there’s the ability for me to add script “factory” presets. (The factory preset shown … Continue reading

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Finally, extended parameter ranges

What a pain this is to implement, but here’s a little taste : There’s never been any particular technical reason why some of the parameters (like the fragment rate or the transposition amounts) were limited to the ranges they’ve previously … Continue reading

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Time to play doctor : Performance diagnostics, part 1

Envelope editor widgets paint event count history (2 envelope editors instantiated) The number of paints constantly increases with time but that’s expected and there isn’t full repainting of the whole widget happening each time. Perhaps more interesting info can be … Continue reading

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Grid editing rerevisited

I went to the trouble to make it work like this…(click image for animation)

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