by Jeremy on November 16th, 2011
if you ever do this, i suggest several colours of wire.
i’ll tell you how it works later. here’s a sloppy sample of what it sounds like today:
jeremy evers and the bad ideas – muff happiness by jeremy.evers
by Jeremy on October 18th, 2011
Wow, I sure was wrong in my last post.
xi2bmk2 will rip through your dusty old .xi instrument collection, and convert it to a shiny new .bmk2 and .wav collection.
- xi2bmk2 will operate recursively on an input directory that you specify. The first folders that it encounters will become the category names in the .bmk2 file.
- You can use the .wavs for whatever you like, but the tuning information, key maps, and loop points are all stored in the .bmk2 xml.
- Since fast tracker‘s envelopes were so radical, they are not converted to the standard ADSR that beatmaker 2 uses.
- Stereo pair instruments (identified by two files, *L.xi and *R.xi, in the same folder, with matching keymaps and samples) will be magically welded back together into a single stereo instrument.
You can download it here.
by Jeremy on February 16th, 2011
by Jeremy on January 28th, 2011
My webhost went down a while ago. Thanks to the kindness of nitro2k01, I’m back up with a new Swedish host. nitro2k01′s the guy who made the Gameboy development file hub, and put in a lot of effort to bring me back online. Cheers nitro2k01, I owe you huge!
There’s still a lot of work to be done to bring it fully up-to-date. I am not sure how to preserve the old comments, so you may have to remember your old swears and put them back up yourselves.
It’s good to be back,