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Anybody who wants a preview of ShowMIDI on iOS, here's a public TestFlight link to try it out before it gets approved by Apple for the store:
New version of ShowMIDI!
Now with AUv2, AUv3, VST2, VST3, CLAP and LV2 plugin support, as well as minor updates to the standalone version.
A friend reworked the UI of ShowMIDI and I'm almost done implementing it for the next version, including complete theming support!
MIDI data has never been this pretty!
@Johno oooh I know, Big Sur on M1 has a problem with JUCE, sadly the only option is upgrade the OS to a more recent version, Big Sur was the first Apple Silicon OS and had quite a few rough edges
@Johno could you please include the crash report?
I recorded a demo and tutorial video for ShowMIDI:
Dynamod Games is at East Coast RepRap Festival on the HueForge booth! Very excited that this worked out and that people can see HueForge is also useful for functional designs, in this case the multicolored Dynamod floors!
I created 24 new wall models.
The narrow versions allow you to insert a wall between two other walls without having to make the appropriate left or round corners line up.
The low versions significantly reduce the material requirements and printing time, and can be used instead of the regular height walls. They can also supplement the other walls for even more variety in your dungeon!
All these models, including pre-supported and hollowed resin versions are now available in the private Patreon area.
My adult daughters are visiting me from Europe and I'm taking the opportunity to introduce them to HeroQuest with Dynamod dungeon tiles. This is the first time I'm using the StageTop integration for HeroQuest gameplay, so I'm excited to see how it feels.
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Maybe you actually also needed a stereo mixer and two buffered mults in that standalone case, just slide in another RackBlox and you're done!
With RackBlox, if you need just that Erbeverb sound, slide out your power block and connect it up ... instant standalone rack.
Test printing the last sizes: 16hp, 18hp, 20hp and then I think I'm ready to release the first version of RackBlox.
Now featuring a drink koozie as well as a drink holder.
The double wall with a sealed air gap between makes for an excellent insulator and keeps your next drink cold, while you're enjoying the current one
Some people have asked me if the RackBlox have to be either black or white. That's the beauty of 3D printing, almost any color is possible! How about translucent fluorescent blacklight reactive green?!
@selgart that would be too brittle, the 3D printed volume that is inserted would be too narrow and long. My plan is to simply have similar joints at the top and bottom of alternate back sections. Then you can slide them in just like the side blocks.