I just noticed this thread had moved on without notifying me, even tho it says I'm subscribed to it :)
Great news that the touchscreen might be available now. However, I did quickly tried:
nice neutek, try to get a recording !
Thanks, it was done on a GP2x, I do all my tracks with it. Not that it really matters coz they have exactly the same capabilities. If you want to dig around, all tracks on hexawe have the projects there too so you can download and learn/alter ;)
LittleGPTracker 1.0 is out !
Even on cracked and worn out GP2X, the pig still rox the block !
Here's a rough cut of the features since 0.52a:
+ Sample library & import support
+ Groove support for odd time signature
+ Debian build
+ Allows creation of project from the program itself
since I've upgrade with the touchscreen enabled version of SDL, touching the F200 screen crashes lgpt although I don't even process mouse events.
Any idea from where it could come ?
EDIT: fuck GPH for killing the usb network !
Did anyone succeed to use 1bpp surfaces ?
I'm trying to speed up the drawing of my fonts using them combined with SDL_GP2X_SetMonoColours
My font is 8x8 so for each char I do:
fonts[i] = SDL_CreateRGBSurface(SDL_HWSURFACE, 8, 8, 1,
0, 0, 0...
It's out of my reach really but I know having a long discussion with a guy way into filter modelling and that's what he told me. It's related to non-linearities in the process but I won't be able to explain that to you myself.
You're talking about the direct 'result' ... i.e the sound stream output and for that I pretty much agree (although 32k is pushing it) but you can have higher order effects that do have a result in the audible range (i.e. 44.1 in our case) but don't 'propagate' properly unless they are computed...
As far as I could grasp it, the most important with respect to "sampling frequency" is the internal computation. A filter treatment will allow a lot more subtleties if run at higher frequencies... of course, it means better resulution/accuracy but true 'analogish' modelisation needs very high...