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Re: Bidule for Krispen

It occurs to me that "Bidule for Krispen" would make a fine song title.

Hmmm... wondering about the etymology of "Bidule".... perhaps short for
"bidet schedule"?
I can see it now... "I get to use it at 9:05! Wait your turn,

Yours in Nonlinearity,
Tim Mungenast

> [Original Message]
> From: <phaslem@wightman.ca>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Date: 6/26/2006 3:50:07 PM
> Subject: Re: Bidule for Krispen
> This is exactly what I've been doing with Bidule, I have 9 different 
> strings of
> vsts, each with a different sound that I want to capture. I can switch 
> from one
> to another with the midi foot pedal anytime during a tune. It's a 
> wonderful sort
> of freedom. But I like having the strings and the components of the
strings on
> the screen so that if I want to make any minor adjustments I can very
> get at that vst and make whatever adjustments I want. I have been running
> that cpu overload problem but in my case I believe it is largely due to
> cpu.... I put a prescott core cpu in and it just runs way too hot for a 
> rackmount computer. The other one I built has a northwood core and cpu
> never goes over 50% and the temp never cracks 60 F, The prescott quite
> gets up over 75 F and then the cpu load jumps completely over the top.
> ordered a new one, hopefully I'll get this week.
> Paul Haslem
> hammered dulcimer and guitar
> Ontario, Canda
> www.dulcify.ca
> Quoting a k butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk>:
> > At 17:23 26/06/2006, you wrote:
> >> I would like a host that allows me to create a "module" of VSTs in a 
> >> seqeence, or in parallel, and to bring that up immediately with the 
> >> touch of a button. I know Bidule does this, but I don't want to see 
> >> all the blased VSTs on the screen.
> >
> > You can put a whole load of FX into a group in Bidule, and then it 
> > appears as a single box.
> >
> > andy