How catchy is that as a post title? All your girlfriend am belong to me, because I’m so obviously (a) a total bad man, and (b) unflappably motherfucking ice cool.

Anyway: been having an ongoing, very gentlemanly debate with a friend of mine about what sample rate to run our DAWs at. He’s into 88kHz, whereas I can’t be arsed, taking a subconscious decision to pretend sample rate makes no difference once the Nyquist frequency’s above the frequency limit of human hearing (see? Fucking bad man).

But it turns out that aliasing artefacts can make a difference to your sound.

But I still can’t really be arsed to run my DAW at 88 - because I know I can write a tune at 44 without too much faffing around with track freezing etc, and a big part of the reason for trying to get my setup organised is to cut out as much faff as possible in the future.

I’m gangsta! I’m fucking hench!

So anyway, assuming most of my plugins at least have band-limited oscillators (hench!), I’m wondering about doing a little bit of oversampling on key plugins: important filters, distortions and so on.

And this VST utility by Chris Walton seems to offer that: I can create new versions of his plugin that effectively wrap chosen VSTs of mine in an over-sampling shell.

Niiiiiiice.

Except I don’t think I fancy wrapping the whole of Reaktor just to achieve oversampling of a couple of filter/saturator modules…

So… I think I’ll grab the Chris Walton plug, but put oversampling on the back-burner until I’m rocking sufficiently to have time to play with it.

Yes. That’s the most brutally aggressive mad shit approach I can think of.

The cat on the right is wandering outside of a shop, begging for food by meowing very loudly to any passerby. At the same time, I was in that shop, paying foods for my cat at home.

Went I step out of that shop, the cat stared at me. He didn’t letting out his cry for savior of his stomach. I snapped my fingers to get his attention but he just ran away, diving under someone’s car.

I went to my car, start the engine, exit the parking and was about to drive home when that cat was pursuing a random girl while meowing. I slow my car down and started following the cat. The girl then leave the cat without any food so I park my car & try to take the cat’s attention again.

Last week, I bought dozen packs of cat food which have a different brand than my cat at home use to consume. It 20 cents per pack cheaper but my cat didn’t like it. So I put the remaining packs in my car. And thats the food that I gave to these unfortunate wandering cat.

At first, that cat runs away from me but not that far. Upon smelling the cat food that I poured onto a plastic bag, he start rushing to me. I was about to leave him when another cat came & join the dinner. So I walk back to my car, grab another pack of cat food & poured the content on the plastic. I was about to go home & felt something is missing. Yep. Taking picture of these unfortunate cat.

Pulse Code today announces an update to Modular 1.06 for iOS, its studio-quality, virtual analog synthesizer, featuring 30 different modules, band-limited oscillators, and oversampled filters. Far more flexible than fixed synthesizer designs, the app lets users interconnect and independently control Source, Filter, Amplifier/Routing, Modulation, Envelope, Effect, and Special modules. Ideal for synth enthusiasts, it provides all the advantages of modular synthesis in an expandable app.

Modular 1.06 Free for iOS - Groundbreaking, Virtual Analog Synthesizer

Modular 1.06 Free for iOS – Groundbreaking, Virtual Analog Synthesizer

Trabuco Canyon, California – Pulse Code today is proud to announce Modular 1.06 free for iOS, its studio-quality, virtual analog synthesizer, featuring 30 different modules, band-limited oscillators, and oversampled filters. Far more flexible than fixed synthesizer designs, the app lets users interconnect and independently control Source, Filter, Amplifier/Routing, Modulation, Envelope, Effect,…

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