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Töpfer Härry
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Post by Töpfer Härry » 21.07.2006 - 23:26

three guesses for what I do ;)

Where is DBPRO currently in what development-stage ?

Just being interested :)

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Post by Ijon_Tichy » 23.07.2006 - 09:57

That is the question. Too bad that over all that time that's passed - as far as I'm concerned - DBPro has become a mere curiosity rather than a tool I'd seriously use... :(

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Post by Psyria » 05.09.2006 - 20:17

Hi Folks !

Well, we know that the current situation suxx ! :(
DBPro is STILL -> very slowly<- in work !
At the current status we can't say any new things :(
bye...

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Post by Bit-X » 08.04.2008 - 20:25

Yes, indeed! It's more than sad that our beloved composing tool number one still hasn't been released in an optimized version.

There are so many ways to improve the performance itself and the features in detail, but it seems that nobody wants to do the coding! But why? Most of the work has already been done. In fact, the next steps would be more or less improvements of existing functions.

Still there is no subsitute for Digibooster at all. Concerning tracking software Digibooster is state of the art. While the PC freaks use Reason or comparable tools in order to compose their tracks, the old-school tracking software seems to be a kind of dying species.

I hope that some day someone will perform the task and release a new version of Digibooster. The current version is good, but there's a lot of work to do!

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Post by Psyria » 08.04.2008 - 20:58

The current version is good, but there's a lot of work to do!
Well, with all you've said, you're right.
May be you've noticed, we are working on a new version of Digibooster Professional. It will be no update of 2.21. It will be Digibooster Professional 3. Yes ! Hm, well... you can it also call as update :) But in the next generation.

The current alpha 13 is working very well, but still more to do! I hope we'll get soon a beta of it and of course for the public.
bye...

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Post by Bit-X » 09.04.2008 - 18:56

I cannot wait until I have had a look at a first screenshot. :D

Till yesterday I wouldn't have believed that there will be a new version of my beloved composing tool, but now I will stay up2date!

I hope that there are many Booster users left who will share my joy about the forthcoming release.

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Post by Psyria » 09.04.2008 - 18:59

Ohhh yesss ! :D
I hope so, too !

Mayyyyy beee, anyone with tracker knowledge with love the new DBPro :)
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Post by altraz » 10.04.2008 - 09:31

I just took a look @ DBPro... I rememberred having bought it 1999 in Cologne at the fair. 69 DM? Hehe...
I also bought the delphina (?) soundcard for the A1200 clockport... But never got in contact with all because of Cubase on the PC.

As an old Protracker 3.61 fanatic and after a lot of professional Cubase-Work I serious think of getting in contact again with tracker. And why not on my Amiga? :)

I´m really excited what the future will give to DBPro! Keep it comin´ :)

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Post by Psyria » 10.04.2008 - 19:17

altraz wrote: As an old Protracker 3.61 fanatic and after a lot of professional Cubase-Work I serious think of getting in contact again with tracker. And why not on my Amiga? :)
I hope to see you back again in the DBPro-Scene :)
bye...

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Post by Bit-X » 10.04.2008 - 19:55

I've been working with Cubase for several times, but the main concept is not the same like using a tracker.

By using a tracker it's ensured, that you get the thing you have "coded" by placing the approriate hex codes, while applying a tool like Cubase is something completely different. There's a large difference between those two concepts and it's not easy to tell which of them is the most professional. There's no right or wrong.

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