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SEQUENTIAL/DSI => Prophet => Sequential Prophet X => Topic started by: Lady Gaia on April 24, 2021, 06:29:57 PM

Title: PXToolkit 1.2 - keeping up with the times
Post by: Lady Gaia on April 24, 2021, 06:29:57 PM
Some of you may have noticed a new PXToolkit update appeared this past week.  Version 1.2.0a is mostly a collection of minor bug fixes and migrating to the latest versions of some of the development tools I rely on, but there are a few tidbits that might be of interest:

Title: Re: PXToolkit 1.2 - keeping up with the times
Post by: Proton on April 26, 2021, 01:33:10 AM
Fantastic ! Thanks again
Title: Re: PXToolkit 1.2 - keeping up with the times
Post by: J_P_P on April 27, 2021, 12:38:14 PM
Thanks !  :)
Title: Re: PXToolkit 1.2 - keeping up with the times
Post by: jago on April 28, 2021, 09:52:44 AM
Thanks very much. You have achieved what 8dio couldn't.
Title: Re: PXToolkit 1.2 - keeping up with the times
Post by: thirteen_engines on April 29, 2021, 07:10:27 AM
Iíd like to add my thanks for this software. Long ago, in another life, I was a chemist/physicist at a local university and wrote a program for doing nuclear spin calculations. I was especially aware that lots of open source software had less than adequate documentation so I made sure to spend time writing a very complete manual. Iím not a chemist any more but Iím still working on the software ... in fact I just updated it a couple of days ago.

May I say that your documentation is very well done. Even thought Iím a complete noob at sampling for the PX and havenít yet given it a go, I feel confident that Iíll be able to get it.

Cheers,

Keith
Title: Re: PXToolkit 1.2 - keeping up with the times
Post by: Lady Gaia on April 29, 2021, 06:42:03 PM
Thanks, all!  It's gratifying to periodically check activity and see that PXToolkit and the VCO Pack are still being downloaded on a daily basis, so presumably there are a lot of silent Prophet X users out there.  (Or at least, those more focused on making music than on making noise on forums like this!)

May I say that your documentation is very well done. Even thought Iím a complete noob at sampling for the PX and havenít yet given it a go, I feel confident that Iíll be able to get it.

Thank you for letting me know you appreciate the work that went into writing it all down.  I did want PXToolkit to be accessible to as much of the audience for the instrument as possible, and both the user interface and documentation reflects that desire.  Every now and then I find a typo, or cringe at the makeshift formatting I used for the initial release, but on the whole it should be pretty accurate.  I did do some minor cleanup recently that I suspect only wound up in the Windows on ARM build, but it'll show up eventually in the other builds as well.  I just try to avoid pestering everyone with update notifications when they're not really warranted.

I'll be curious if anyone from Focusrite ever reaches out, but I suspect they're content to let Sequential be the primary contact for their community.