Thanks, as ever, for the frequent updates Frits.
Most definitely a +10 from me. Keep up the research on time-stretch, it’s yielding great results. 🙂
@ Cadmium & Frits
I don’t know if you remember Frits, but a while back I had the very same problems with my EMU1820m card. I still have the audio gaps showing up in the report but it does not seem to cause any audio dropout. At the time you were concerned that the sample position was not being reported properly via the EMU drivers, i.e. an EMU driver problem.
Although your card is an Creative Audigy, I would not be surprised if EMU have some hand in writing the drivers for it.
Of course in my own way (I caused a stink at the EMU forum) I asked for new drivers to sort the problem out. Guess what, still no new drivers forthcoming (it’s only been a year or so).
Anyhow it doesn’t seem to cause problems but, then again I don’t as rule have 20 tracks going at once to stress the drivers.
Perhaps one day all software/firmware will be written by people that give a damn but, then again, maybe not…At least some people are like you Frits, they care about the stuff they write and subject the public (Guinea Pigs) to.
Thanks for the update Frits. 😀
Now take a well earned break over the Festive period. 😉
Yes indeed, thank you kindly 🙂
Thanks for the continual updates. I’m having difficulty keeping up 🙂
Yeah, I think you may be on to something which could help newcomers to at least get started a bit more easily.
I’ve only been a Podium user for a few months but at least I am fairly comfortable with what I need to open/move/list etc to get around the program. That comfort only came about with a lot of initial head scratching and asking questions of Frits and others in this forum 🙂
I’m not quite sure about how to show flow diagrams of Podium though…it’s a tough one. Maybe after a few beers 😆
Perhaps, it’s something that could be incorporated into the Wiki.
Good idea and quick implementation Frits.
If you could sign me in for a user account, I will try to devote some time to adding info to the Wiki.
I guess that I will first have to devote some time to studying how to use Dokuwiki in the first place though 😆
I have to agree with both of you. A big up to Podium 😀
I’ve done more work over the last month or so with Podium than the last 2 Years with Sonar 4. If that isn’t a testament to how good and sensible Podium is, I don’t know what would be.
Keep up the good work Frits. Looking forward to the future releases with pleasure.
The transport toolbar is the one I’m referring to.
I realise that it will punch out automatically should you be using punch in/out feature, however, I for one, don’t really record that way and I prefer to keep it rolling until I manually want to stop it.
Good for those spontaneous recording moments.
An option to enable turning the Arming off when recording stops would mean that people could suit themselves how they want it to work.
Not much use to you now but, according to the future forum, it is a planned to make the undo recording more capable.
Up until then you may just have to remember to un-arm all the time.
I think that it would be a good thing if Podium automatically un-armed itself once you’ve pressed stop recording. 🙂
I like the new look Frits.
Can’t wait to try your extensive re-working of zReverb.:shock:
1.6 Here we come…
It would seem that that the “CPU Spikes” are actually not the CPU spiking but , the possibilty of the Sampleposition counter not being updated correctly on my EMu card. Emu are going to look into it hopefully.
I am not (as far as I can tell) getting any dropped audio, so at the moment, it just appears as though the counter is out of sync.
It looks as though ICHi from Emu is going to get an Engineer or two to have a look into it when they get the chance.
Thanks for this Frits, even if it isn’t actually going to cause Audio drop outs, it has to be good to have the actual samplePosition counter sorted correctly.
Afterall, what state would the World be in, if we all just let things go on without inherent accuracy. 😉
P.S. I have been trying the zReverb plugin. I did actually get it to crash, but just as I was about to post and let you know, you updated the .dll
Since the update it’s been as sweet as a nut. Automation is good without a lot of audible artifacts being apparent. Great work Frits. 🙂