Music/Quicktime in Revolution
Thomas McGrath III
mcgrath3 at mac.com
Fri Jan 30 14:15:11 EST 2009
As far as 1, 3, and 4 go, You might look at my iTunes Library Suite.
The suite plays through iTunes and seems to be pretty responsive
playing sounds with out any latency. The best part of using the
library in Revolution is that you get to enable and control ever
aspect of iTunes including but not limited to the Equalizer Bands,
BPMs, Pitch, Duration, Loudness, etc. etc. In affect controlling these
from within Revolution...
Just a thought, find the URL below:
Tom McGrath III
Lazy River Software
3mcgrath at comcast.net
iTunes Library Suite - libITS
Information and download can be found on this page:
On Jan 30, 2009, at 1:28 PM, Fred Moyer wrote:
> 1) There is still a slight pause between when I press a foot pedal
> to start the music and the time that the music begins. This means
> that my foot has to press the footpedal a split second before I want
> the music to come in which is quite a trick to accomplish while
> 2) I have just begun using an Intel Mac (MacBook Pro), and I
> notice that after a long time of not playing, a loaded player object
> goes into some kind of sleep mode. Not only does it do so with a
> little thump that is heard by the audience, but after that when I
> press the pedal, it doesn't play immediately -- it needs to kind of
> get warmed up. I wonder if there is some way disable this sleep mode.
> 3) I wish there were a way to add an Equalizer. I've tried
> software that universally changes the sound of everything coming out
> of the Mac, but it doesn't seem to work correctly with Revolution --
> not sure why. It would be best if the EQ was inside Revolution.
> 4) I've heard that there is some "flavor" of Quicktime that
> allows you to speed up or slow down the music without changing
> pitch, and that unfortunately Revolution does not use that "flavor."
> I wonder if it is possible to retrofit Rev with that flavor.
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