Protein [ DScratch ] - audio manipulation software

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  1. PBC
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    "DScratch is the first module made using Protein engine - it's a little audio manipulation software running on DS which ables you to play with an existing .wav file or recorded audio sample; you can pitch it, scratch it, rewind, mute and apply effects on it. Moreover, DScratch sends MIDI through wifi connection, which ables you to control external applications, like a VJing software as I do." - From the site

    Creators site
    http://gorgull.googlepages.com/home2

    His demo (watch this if you are on the fence, its really good)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6D1M_URBow

    I'm off to go try it out!!!

    PS. I hear R4 has problems with it?
     
  2. GeekShadow

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    Already publish :/
     
  3. HyoImowano

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    This is kind of old news, there's a release specifically for the R4/M3S that works with it much better.
     
  4. leinad

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    not working for me x_x
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    Dunno, but I often had probs with wifi-

    WTH it inits Wifi for an music app o____0 ???
     
  5. IainDS

    IainDS GBAtemp Regular

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    I submitted this ages ago.
     
  6. War

    War Take it easy~

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    Old 'brew is ooold.

    I'm pretty disappointed that this doesn't work on the R4. :\ It looks like such a fun application.
     
  7. myuusmeow

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    I have no problems with it on my R4.

    (Use the hacked one at http://gorgull.googlepages.com/home2 )
     
  8. cubin'

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    awesome program. Can't wait to get the midi-out working and hook it up with ableton and reason [​IMG]


    damn it can only use a 1mb sample. hopefully he gets audio streaming from sd card happening.


    it has built in sample recorder too! you can use the DS mic. I recommend this program for anyone that likes electroplankton type stuff
     
  9. PBC
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    PBC What!? I can change this??

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    Ohh geez! My bad. I didnt see any post about this homebrew (I did look I swear) and it looked like an update had been made atleast....weeelp Sorry for the double post for some =P
     
  10. HyoImowano

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    I'm using a ~3MB sample right now and it's fine.
     
  11. BoneMonkey

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    this is actually a good idea i like this
     
  12. JacobReaper

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    this is actually a good homebrew [​IMG] i like it, who knoes, maybe it will be as good as, say, Holly Hobby?
     
  13. jesterscourt

    jesterscourt Not Brad.

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    ::Waah it won't work on my CycloEvo:: Am I doing something wrong?
     
  14. roboz

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    How long does the sample have to be
     
  15. IainDS

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    No problem [​IMG]
     
  16. HyoImowano

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    There's no limit to the length, only the size of the file. You have to take into account the program itself loaded into RAM as well as your sample, and you have ~4MB to work with. If you really want to use a longer sample, bring down the bit rate (as the DS speakers aren't all that anyways) and cut it to Mono instead of Stereo, this will almost literally cut the file size in half.