Updating proteus vx
The extras are going to be cheap as I have to pay for server space, chicken systems special edition emulator translator and of course my time for the rest of it.
Not trying to make a buck here just trying not to go into debt over this project.
This will come with a updated PDF explaining ALOT the manual left out as well.
Proteus combines ease-of-use with powerful features to help you design, test and layout professional PCBs.
the drums aren't sorted yet, i'm gonna eventually sort them and then stick them in a refill. I am still key mapping and setting up presets but i have almost 4gbs in my library now and i still have my kurzweil k2000 and all its discs and my yamaha a3000 to pull in.
Along with other various fixes I have also fixed the twistaloop feature so it now works correctly and the filter section for the banks I have so far.
The re Patcher Shield attaches to an Arduino compatible board, and gives you 6 potentiometers for 10b data input, and a 6 x 6 patchbay matrix.
its a damn good freebie, but if you use reason like me you'd be missing out.Other new features are tons of fx presets, modulation presets, preset knobs and even key tuning.I am going to try to keep everyone with a heads up on this project as soon as its done the fixed vx and proteus library ( now complete ) will be free download as a maintaince fix.since Emu released it free anyway i don't see why i can't share these so here they are.
reason and mac users now get to join in on the fun. 2.1Proteus X Just to let you guys know I have fixed the cpu usage overloads by updating the fx and modulation, pulled out the patchcords from my mo phatt, x lead, protean drums and proteus as well as sampled them in and finished the banks.so i did what i usually do and made it reason friendly.i ripped out all the one shot drums, and converted all the patches to soundfont.The benefits and features of an Arduino Simulator are: - The ability to teach and demonstrate the inner workings of an Arduino sketch - Test out a sketch without the hardware, or prior to purchasing hardware - Debug a sketch - Demonstrate a project to a potential customer Embrio is a real-time visual development tool for Arduino programming.