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Re: open source stompbox--looper?

>From the FAQ it seemed that they would allow developers access to
all the software, as they say there's no reason why someone couldn't
attempt to use the usb connection for realtime audio.
That makes sense, they make profit on the hardware, and don't have
any hassle with having to protect their software.

My calculations are guessing at about 30s of mono-looptime.

andy butler

Stefan Tiedje wrote:
> Sean Echevarria schrieb:
>> Open source doesn't mean cross-platform...
> Normaly it does, because you can take the code and port it yourself.
> Open source usually means you can download the source. I haven't seen 
> any source or schematic of the box or the windows program on the web 
> site though (or anything to download...)
> It might be an open platform, and he wants users to contribute open 
> source patches. The box itself doesn't seem open yet...
> But it's in the very beginning of the project, setting up a web site 
> isn't easy either...
> Pd is open source, Max is not. But you get open source patches for Max 
> (like my St.ools...)
> OpenStomp is a trademark, its a normal commercial project. I wish it 
> will fly off, but I am not sure how much you could actually do with a 
> couple of 80MHz cores and 1.5 Mbyte of RAM. Sounds a bit lame for me...
> Stefan