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Re: Evoloop (was: Mobius in a rack unit)

Exciting news, Matthias! I hope you and Bob can put on some Evoloop
information seminar in Santa Cruz to talk about details! Wow....


On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 4:25 PM, Matthias Grob <matilists@gmail.com> wrote:
> friends,
> I have not been present here because I work day and night exactly to 
>achieve this!
> The past years, I translated the EDP ASM soft to the Echoloop VST plugin 
>in C++
> and the past months, with great help from Bob Amstadt, I adapt this 
>software to run on a little Linux processor
> as Jeff suspects, its pretty crazy and takes a lot of rewrite, but it 
>seems I will manage to maintain the core with the essencial typical 
>functions that make it all work the same, so all those musicians who 
>composed on the EDP or Mobius for years can seamlessly continue playing 
>with the Evoloop rack unit - with next to no audio latency (yes, its not 
>like running a plugin on Linux, Bob is much smarter! :-)
> back to work
> Matthias
> On 11 Sep 2010, at 13:41, Jeff Larson wrote:
>>> Price is €295...sooo, anyone interested in doing a Mobius port onto 
>>> one? Jeff? ;)
>> I've looked at things like this before, the problem with them for me
>> boils down to the operating system.  Besides the big things like how
>> you interface with MIDI, audio, and display devices, Mobius was also
>> designed with certain OS assumptions like virtual memory and a file
>> system.
>> It wouldn't really be a port, it would be a 25% to 50% rewrite.  If I
>> did this it wouldn't be Mobius as we know it today, it would have to
>> be much more limited.
>> At the moment I barely have enough time to keep the Windows and Mac
>> versions going so I doubt this will ever happen.
>> Sorry,
>> Jeff