What's this thread about? -> Re: use-revolution Digest, Vol 13, Issue 41

Ken Norris pixelbird at interisland.net
Mon Oct 18 20:25:31 CDT 2004


Hi Richard,

> Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 11:23:17 -0700
> From: Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com>
> Subject: Re: use-revolution Digest, Vol 13, Issue 38

> I think GarageBand (and dozens of other similar specialized packages)
> shows that tightly synchronized sound is not impossible.  In not sure
> where the notion of "impossible" started in this thread.
>
> The question for RunRev is how important is it to provide the tools for
> making a GarageBand while we still have annoyances like unusual
> selection handle behaviors for line objects or the inability to 
> reliably
> use "answer file" on OS X (not to mention that GarageBand already 
> exists
> and is very well done).

I might be very interested in this thread if I knew for sure what it's 
about, as I'm interested in developing music UI's for enableware,

IOW, GarageBand is great for what it does, but a severely disabled 
person couldn't use it alone. That's where totally custom manipulation 
of sound, graphical interfaces, and game/controller sprockets come into 
play.

What are the chances of giving this thread a real name?

TIA,
Ken N.



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