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 on: Today at 04:58:43 PM 
Started by Markus Krause - Last post by flexionmusic
In my patches I often need ultra slow running LFO's and the only ones that can do that are the so called "Free running Lfo's".

But... They are not really free running. Because you can only set fixed values, (1/32, 1/64) that are dividers, they are actually synced to each other.

Will version 2 fix this? Or let the normal LFO's be set at rate's lower than 0.02 Hz?

Much appreciated!

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 on: Today at 12:17:59 AM 
Started by Markus Krause - Last post by davew1
Saving presets will be possible. It is still missing on the preview image.
By pressing the alt-key you will be able to snap to the Y-Axis.
Awesome, thanks! Both features will be useful.

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 on: August 20, 2019, 06:04:05 PM 
Started by exmatproton - Last post by exmatproton
Hello exmatproton,

It is a really nice track! Thanks for sharing it with us!

You're very welcome  Smiley

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 on: August 20, 2019, 06:02:25 PM 
Started by exmatproton - Last post by exmatproton
thnx Smiley

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 on: August 20, 2019, 10:06:38 AM 
Started by Markus Krause - Last post by Markus Krause
Saving presets will be possible. It is still missing on the preview image.
By pressing the alt-key you will be able to snap to the Y-Axis.

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 on: August 20, 2019, 07:53:58 AM 
Started by Markus Krause - Last post by davew1
I was excited to see the Icarus 2 GUI preview on Facebook! If the new MSEGs have Y-axis grid snap options (this can allow for jumping around in rhythmic/beat-synced samples in musically interesting ways, and also semitone/pitch alignment), and ability to save presets, that would be even cooler. Especially alongside the X-axis grid snap and loop functions that are clear in the preview.

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 on: August 19, 2019, 09:41:05 AM 
Started by exmatproton - Last post by Markus Krause
Hello exmatproton,

It is a really nice track! Thanks for sharing it with us!

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 on: August 18, 2019, 07:00:46 AM 
Started by exmatproton - Last post by Alex_Longard
Exmatproton
Cool! Thanks!

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 on: August 17, 2019, 08:29:29 PM 
Started by exmatproton - Last post by exmatproton
https://exmat.bandcamp.com/album/above

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 on: August 13, 2019, 10:36:46 PM 
Started by Markus Krause - Last post by Encore
Hello,

 thanks a lot for this great tool but I have nevertheless 3 4 requests:

1) I second Mr "abject39" (a few posts above) who asked for a virtual piano keyboard in order to be able to play some note using the mouse in case no external midi keyboard is connected .
it would be very usefull for plugins which do not have their own embeded keyboard available.

2) Could it be also possible to allow the possibility to resize the VST plugin GUIs/window please ? (if supported by the plugin itself) as sometime plugin's GUIs are rather tiny and I could not found how to resize the Nanohost window .
 i.e by grabbing its corner as it is the case with Image-Line minihost but which does not support all of my plugins so that's why I replaced it by your NanoHost as my default VST host from now.

3) a quiteannoying feature: could it be possible to remove the fact that the Nanohost window is "always on top" and covers all other windows without teh possibility to change the Z order of any windows  below it  to make it visible ? (on my Windows 10 64bits at least) as sometime when a dialog box is open by theplugin (i.e. a registration one asking to enter a serial number) it  goes BEHIND the nanohost windows and it then very difficult then  to grab it and move it on the Nanohost window side as nanohost is covering/hiding the dialogbox...

4) I have associated .dll files to be open with your  NanoHost64bit.exe executable.
This way , by simply double clicking a VST dll it is open automatically by your NanoHost executable. This is really great but... ( I have no idea if it could be possible technically speaking )  I am dreaming  Grin of a tool/executable  that I could associate with a .dll file extension which could detect if the VST  .dll is a x64 or x86 version and then open the  VST dll with the appropriate NanoHost64bit.exe or the NanoHost32bit.exe executable in order to avoid me to do it manually...
This would be the "panacea" and a killer feature compared to all other existing VST hosts even paid ones.
edit: the detection of x86 or x64 type coudl be simply based on the VST Plugin folder path...

Appart of that it is a very promising tool and I love it already.  Kiss
Thanks a lot also for making it available for FREE,
Best regards, Eric

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