Skeleton of a (very basic) step sequencer written in Processing. BPM and threading not implemented yet. Left-click to add/remove triggers, Right-click to start/stop loop. http://www.openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=30818 Continue for code..
A basic sketch that shows how to use millis() for basic animation, in this case a fade-in of a rect(). millis() returns the current runtime of the sketch in milliseconds. Left-click for Fade-In, Right-click for Fade-Out. The transparency (alpha channel of fill/stoke) is calculated evenly across the duration, meaning you only have to change 1… Read More »
Nice, another excuse to use Processing again.. The primary goal of this project is to make it foolishly easy to create Android apps using the Processing API. Once you have Processing on your machine (and the Android developer tools), you can simply write a line of code, hit Run (Ctrl-R or Cmd-R), and have your… Read More »
Description: I went through alot of trouble figuring out this stupid little theme hack. I am using Cyanogenmod 7.0.3 on a Nook Color, so it uses a “MDPI” framework for its theme. Turns out there are close to 5 million threads on the subject and 99% of them are worthless. After 3 days of googling and… Read More »
Don’t bother looking for a freeware XML Diff or compare tool. Just use Notepad++, you should already have it anyways. One of the plugins it comes with by default is Compare. Green rows show diffs (look for unbolded text to find values or attributes that don’t match), red rows show entirely different formatting and values… Read More »
KidQuaalude @ EM411 has posted a new tool for exporting and importing pattern/song and instrument data from DS-10, DS-10+ .sav files. Hi Folks, This will only be of interest to those of you who have a DS, either ‘Korg DS10’ or ‘Korg DS10 plus’, a PC and a way of getting your DS10 save files… Read More »
I’ve put together a collection of some PyBuzz scripts I have created over the past few years (most from 2005-2006). A few others are included as well by Dukajoe (PyDrum) and Kazuya. One or two the scripts might not work in the latest version of PyBuzz, but the code is still relevant so I’ve included everything… Read More »
Found this on my harddrive recently from an old project, example provided to me by Ed some time ago… Better posted here than lost or squandered. To explain, it’s a relatively simple python script that you can run against your Buzz gear directories and a list of all machines in the directory is given and the… Read More »
The final version of the Splat theme for Buzz can be downloaded here. . Previous post/version is here.