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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby bullis1 » Thu Sep 18, 2008 6:42 pm

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bullis1 wrote:I'm also an Audio Sculpture fan and I'm hoping the original manual gets uploaded. I'm thinking there's a lot of stuff in Audio Sculpture that I haven't discovered or fully understood yet.


Erm .. it already has been? Go back a page :)

I somehow missed a bunch of the posts. Probably due to the Firefox 3 update woes I was having. Thanks Mug!
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby MiggyMog » Fri Sep 19, 2008 10:26 am

I found the mem box, it shows the allocation of memory, system memory etc but no way to edit it at all.


Right, it turns out I'm not a crazy fool after all & you have to click the amount next to 'Request' and the editing cursor appears. If you click anywhere else it returns to th main options.

Phew, the men with white coats will have to wait a couple of years.... :coffe:
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby pop » Fri Sep 19, 2008 6:48 pm

Thanks for uploading the manual mug, i think one of the problems with tracker software is that for newbies trackers without documentation can be very frustrating and people tend to give up.It would be good to pool together all available manuals and guides i think :)

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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby Mug UK » Fri Sep 19, 2008 7:21 pm

Something I'm working on - the games ones go straight to Replacementdocs.com but there's no real place to host the manuals for utils etc. So it's on my list of "to do"'s for my website.
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby d0us » Fri Sep 19, 2008 8:12 pm

MiggyMog wrote:
I found the mem box, it shows the allocation of memory, system memory etc but no way to edit it at all.


Right, it turns out I'm not a crazy fool after all & you have to click the amount next to 'Request' and the editing cursor appears. If you click anywhere else it returns to th main options.

Phew, the men with white coats will have to wait a couple of years.... :coffe:



hey thanks. That works!!! I'm playing tracks made on the Falcon and 1200 with superb quality!!!


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d0us wrote:The problem wiht muting is there is no midi sync to teh multitrack so there are timing probs unless your supepr hot with your spacebar triggerfinger!

Lol this is how I do things. I'll often do some parts of a song in a tracker and a bunch of other stuff with MIDI equipment and "live" effect pedal performance, so I have mastered the art of ninja-spacebar-bashing and eagle-eyed-tape-counter-watching. :D


Bullis, what kind of stuff do you do?? This sounds really cool!! You have any music or myspace link?

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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby bullis1 » Mon Sep 22, 2008 1:34 pm

d0us wrote:Bullis, what kind of stuff do you do?? This sounds really cool!! You have any music or myspace link?

I don't have my music anywhere online (unless someone else uploaded it!) but I used to distribute it on CD. I would experiment with all kinds of different electronic music. I love making catchy music and tracks that make you feel good. I still do now but I find I do way more experimenting with songs and less actual completing of songs. I've got lots of pieces of tracks and great melodies and beats sitting around and I plan to produce more music soon.
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby Mug UK » Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:03 pm

The full manual in it's original High Quality scan (but the pages are still a little cock-eyed) is on my site: http://www.mug-uk.co.uk

Hope it's of some use to you all.
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby bullis1 » Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:14 pm

muguk wrote:The full manual in it's original High Quality scan (but the pages are still a little cock-eyed) is on my site: http://www.mug-uk.co.uk

Hope it's of some use to you all.

Your site looks better now but it's a pain in the ass to download from! It even asks if you agree to the licensing terms :? I guess I can deal with it though :cheers: Thanks for uploading the better scan. I think I'll print it out.
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby Mug UK » Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:20 pm

That's what's built into the Joomla! add-on that I'm using to upload the files :oops: Will ask mate (if I can't find out for myself) how to remove this stage. But it's probably there to stop leechers etc.
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby bullis1 » Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:48 pm

muguk wrote:That's what's built into the Joomla! add-on that I'm using to upload the files :oops: Will ask mate (if I can't find out for myself) how to remove this stage. But it's probably there to stop leechers etc.

I've dealt with more annoying download systems before; it's not too bad. However, I don't think you'll need to worry much about leechers.
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby Mug UK » Thu Sep 25, 2008 6:54 pm

What .. all those .... 10 people out there who want the manual in high-quality? :)
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby MiggyMog » Thu Sep 25, 2008 8:54 pm

I have the real manual too :contract:

I still can't find the <SHITF> key mentioned on page 18 ;-)

I remembered there was a few mistakes.


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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby Mug UK » Thu Sep 25, 2008 8:57 pm

Definitely wasn't proof-read by anyone with an English background that's for sure :)
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby mt40 » Sun Jul 11, 2010 11:21 am

bump bump..

can somebody post this manual, please?
i'm desperate here..
audio sculpture looks so awesome, and i'm just clicking around.. : (

thanks!

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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby Mug UK » Sun Jul 11, 2010 11:36 am

You're in luck as I've recently OCRd the manual as well as 'washed' the original scans I did to make the pages look sharper. Will sort out the replacement of my website copy with this new one and post the info in here. If you're desperate for it, the old one (23rd Sept 2009) is still on my site - www.mug-uk.co.uk.
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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby mt40 » Sun Jul 11, 2010 11:55 am

thanks for the quickest response!
this is much appreciated.
just what i needed
you're the best : )

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Re: audio sculpture manual

Postby yerzmyey » Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:06 am

mt40 wrote:bump bump..
can somebody post this manual, please?
i'm desperate here.
audio sculpture looks so awesome, and i'm just clicking around.. : (
thanks!


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