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rADAr

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ADA MP-2 editor
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Hi guys

Just saw this over at The Gear Page:
http://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/ada-mp-2-program-editor-for-windows.1763790/

Thought some of you might be interested :)
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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Well spotted  :thumb-up: , Valdiorn is a depot member but maybe didn't get the approval email  :dunno: , anyway I emailed him so hopefully he'll join us soon.
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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I also mailed him, didn't see you already did R.

Now that looks like a kickass program, I'm really impressed.  :headbanger:
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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Well, that looks interesting.. :agreed:

(will take a look when having replenished against hunger)
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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HOT DAMN!

I gotta re-acquaint myself with my Windows partition on my Mac
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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That would be a VERY useful program to have handy WOW :o
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I downloaded it from the link. There was also a tar.gz version, possibly Mac friendly ? as mac is basically BSD unix. Unfortunately I don't have a Midi interface for any of my working confusers to try it out yet but it looks really good.

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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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Wow, it works perfectly!

It makes it so much easier to edit programs! You don't have to hold the up and down arrow for 5 seconds to get to the desired value, and you see every parameters for everything all at once!

Thank you Valdiorn !
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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Very good!  :thumb-up:  :headbanger:

Now it's time to do the same for MP-1...  ;D
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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Valdiorn said he was going to do MP1 as well, it's much more simple than MP2 (and hpefully add MB1 and MP1 classic  :whoohoo!: ).  Hope to see him on the depot soon, both MJMP and I have emailed him...  Valdiorn where are you ??  I also saw Guitar Builder was posting to the forum where he posted the program.
Now we need MJMP to turn it into a 1 RU ADA preamp editor hardware addition so you don't have to connect it to your confuser.  Though don't know how .net stuff will work with that concept (PLC etc.).
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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Well I'm working on a handheld box so you can do some editing without a pc. Just a small box with midi in and out, a 20x4 lcd 2 rotary knobs and a few push buttons.
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Would be nice to have a bunch more rotary knobs so it's a bit like walking up to a Marshall (etc) and turning the pots.
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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Well, I've spent a few hours wrestling with the PC partition on my Mac. No go

I get an error message:
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To run this version of this application, first you must install one of the following versions of the .NET framework:
v4.0.30319
Contact your application publisher for instructions about obtaining the appropriate version of the .NET framework

Restarted the PC, notice it's running Windows7, googled the .NET Framework, got an installation. Don't have enough disk space in my PC partition to load the damn thing  :facepalm:  So, I'll have to increase that partition and reinstall Windows....if only I could find that Windows installation disk   :facepalm:

I tried running the .exe on my Mac OS, using Wine. No go. I created an App with WineBottler, no go. Frick.
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Hey Dante, as far as I understand the new Mac windows thingy lets you spin up a virtual windows session (ala VMwear) so acts like a hypervisor so you can spin up a windows OS install where you can install what you need. Are you running the latest Mac OS ?? as Macs have changed how they do windows stuff, they used to do windows emulation (in previous Mac versions which is slower and harder and less compatible), these days Macs just spin up a virtual PC using a hypervisor similar to VMwear or Citrix etc equivalent.  This was all made possible by Mac using intel CPUs and microcode (they used to be based on Motorola 68000 CPUs, very different instruction set/assembly code to intel (and better IMHO, if you've ever had to program in assembly code)). But Intel reigns supreme... bah humbug..
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Re: ADA MP-2 editor
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Would be nice to have a bunch more rotary knobs so it's a bit like walking up to a Marshall (etc) and turning the pots.

Well I thought about it but you need to poll all of them and it's best to use an interupt input on those rotary's so each turn is registered.And I'm limited on interupt inputs.Also they are not so cheap.So I went back to the bare minimum.So a up/down or left/right button to go through the parameter and the rotary to change it.The other rotary I would use to change the preset nr.
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