Jeremy Evers

Winamp File Deleter v2

by admin on March 10th, 2008

deleterNot sure why I never mentioned this here before.  Ages ago, I made the File Deleter v2 plugin for Winamp.  I still get emails from excited users on a regular basis.  Most requested feature: hotkeys.  I have not worked on this in years, but it’s great to hear from people that enjoy it.

Filed under: Downloads, Links

Atlantis VSTi Beta 0.9e

by admin on December 3rd, 2007

Holy shit!  An Atlantis update! 

I fixed a frustrating GUI bug where the GUI and internal values were out of sync while working on an experimental Atlantis module.  The new module is not yet ready for public consumption, but I will let you have the fix. 

You can download it here and read the manual at


by admin on November 7th, 2007

 I was tracking down material for my portfolio, and came across the Buggun design.

Buggun is a playable demo of the main mechanic for a puzzle game concept I had one day in my hammock.

You can download it here and see the design documents at

Filed under: Downloads

Atlantis VSTi Beta 0.9d

by admin on May 18th, 2007

I fucked up the delay when optimzing Atlantis 0.9c.  That’s no good at all. 

I’ve put together a new version that fixes that problem, and also makes some of the UI elements more visible. 

Thanks to everyone that reported the problem, I appreciate the feedback.

You can download it here and read the manual at

Atlantis VSTi Beta 0.9c

by admin on May 7th, 2007

The intel test reports have come back positive.  That’s a good thing.  I am pleased to announce a new release of Atlantis.

What’s new?

You can download it here and read the manual at


Music online

by admin on May 5th, 2007

gogglesI have put the music section online…

Lots of mp3s and goodies for you to disturb and annoy your friends and neighbors with.

Mad props to Tyler for hooking me up with all the storage and bandwidth.


Filed under: Music

Anti-denormal fixes

by admin on May 1st, 2007

atlantisI’ve spent a few hours replacing Atlantis‘ lax anti-denormal code for you poor poor intel users.   I’m about 1/3 of the way through the filter algorithms.  I’ve been optimizing them as I go so everything should be even easier on good cpus, too. 

I sent off a build to a poor poor intel user for testing, and if it goes well, I will carry on.

I also added a table of contents to the Atlantis manual the other day, and cleaned it up a little. 

Shandar won the Atlantis ePiano challenge, and as promised, will be rewarded with the respect of his peers.

Filed under: Atlantis, Links

Atlantis Manual pdf

by admin on April 27th, 2007


A number of people have asked me to provide the Altantis manual in pdf format.  Although anyone could easily copy and paste it into Open Office to make their own pdf, I have done exactly that to save you the trouble:

Atlantis Manual pdf

I recommend using the online manual at as it will be kept up-to-date.  The pdf is shitty.

Filed under: Atlantis

Atlantis Presets

by admin on April 26th, 2007

atlantisA lot of people have been asking about presets for Atlantis.

To help get you started: 

Atlantis Preset Collection 1

Inside of that are some great organ and classic synth sounds by Jason Long, some Residents-inspired tones by Bryan Collins, and some basic nonsense of my own.

The original design was to have an online repository of sounds where users could share, categorize and rate sounds.  Mick Rippon put a lot of hard work into the design and back end of it, but unfortunately the server that was hosting it is now gone.

I have also updated the documentation to include a few things that were overlooked.  Dont even try to pretend that you know what everything does- go check it out at: 

If you have some sounds that you really like and would like to share, send them to me and I will include the best of the best in a future preset collection.

MIDI-64 / FrankenSid

by admin on April 19th, 2007

MIDI-64My friends James and Jason Long are mad hardware hackers, in addition to being amazing musicians, twin brothers and great testers and critics of Atlantis.

Jason’s made some insane hardware over the years, including his own sampler, filters, and a talkbox for James.  One of his latest projects was to pull the SID chip out a commodore 64 and make a MIDI interface to it. 

James has a slightly more software approach- he built a MIDI interface for the c64, wrote drivers for it, and racked it.

You can read about some of their creations at:

The SID chip does kicks ass.

Filed under: Links
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