Subject: MAX Digest - 21 Dec 1998 to 22 Dec 1998 (#1998-107)
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Topics of the day:

  1.  (3)
  2. Message from Internet
  3. Xx? a totally wild sequencing environment!
  4. g3 pbook audio i/o card

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Date:    Mon, 21 Dec 1998 23:39:55 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: 

>"Keith Boyle" 
>Case in point - Antiorp's 0f0003 software. I actually decompiled it to
>demonstrate resource editing and interface re-writing at a System/Finder
>level. I use it as a demo to Wintel goobah-hedz of my acquiantance as to
why
>the MacOS will /always/ be superior to Windows 2025 in terms of interface
>design and customization for applications.

on Windows 0+0 = poszbl 2 hav 1 zmakd !nterfasz
v!a web rout!n. b.lo = urLz 2 0f0003 appl!kat!onz
!n progresz zkreen+shotz. releasz 00.99  - not publ!k hensz ma!
ema!l : !nvar!ant_aszert!on   - zubjekt: m9ndfukc.os
!f w!sh 2 b !nformd ov releasz

tzzt

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Date:    Mon, 21 Dec 1998 23:40:21 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: 

>>"Keith Boyle" 
>>Case in point - Antiorp's 0f0003 software. I actually decompiled it to
>>demonstrate resource editing and interface re-writing at a System/Finder
>>level. I use it as a demo to Wintel goobah-hedz of my acquiantance as to
w=
hy
>>the MacOS will /always/ be superior to Windows 2025 in terms of interface
>>design and customization for applications.
>
>
>X-From_: stefan@razorfish.de  Wed Dec 16 15:08:43 1998
>Mime-Version: 1.0
>X-Sender: stefan@mail.razorfish.de
>Date: Wed, 16 Dec 1998 22:08:00 +0100
>To: antiorp@tezcat.com
>From: "Stefan Possert" 
>Subject: love mail from snudd

0+9

>hi,
>this is snudd writing, i am one of these "farmersmanual" guys.
>We discover ever more frequently your work and recognized that u are also
>involved into hell.com
>[!nzert - hell.com =3D pozerz++ && hell.com zukx++],
>and your name was found on several lists like max,
>supercolider, pd, etc...
>it seams like u are thinking and working in a quite similar way to
>farmersmanual [fm].
>
>we just got your propagnada app "=D8f=F8=D8=D83" and i was almost=
 coredumped about
>the sound, style and performance of this killer-app!! wow! max. respect!
>
>we are currently planing the next FM cd-release on MEGO and we are thinking
>about some sort of ultra-abstract 3d game which we want to develop with
>some intel assembler-heads from hamburg. (we are currently living and
>working in hamburg, originaly we are from vienna).
>
>As we saw your "=D8f=F8=D8=D83" the first thing i thought was " Hey, thats
=
exactly
>the guy we are searching for", because on of our main problems at the
>moment is that we do not know anyone who is realy into PPC programming. it
>seams like u are.
>
>so we wanted u to invite to participate on our cd-rom project which should
>be released summer 99,
>not just for programming - if u want u can put in whatever u want - i think
>your stuff is really great!
>the whole cd-r is concepted as abstract world of total intersection of all
>possible objects where u can fly through. they programmers from hamburg
>have quite a big expirience with 3d engiens, but only on intel.
>
>so just let us know if this could be of interest for u,
>we realy would love to work with u .
>
>opt, grt, hizz and snurk
>
> |  || ||| ||      s p r a y  r a z o r f i s h, hamburg
>
>      Stefan Possert
>                                  >> +49.(0)40.355377.22
>
>

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Date:    Mon, 21 Dec 1998 23:42:33 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: 

+ _..... 2 kompl!et akt!v!t!ez on 0+1 t!p!kl frekuenss!

>Date:    Mon, 21 Dec 1998 08:22:47 -0800
>From:    Richard Zvonar 

>BTW:  I strongly recommend the use of Internet search engines.  It took me
>less than a minute to find this URL, simply by typing "Xx MIDI Wenger".

Richard Zvonar = demonztratez zpektaklr zk!llz az 1 phppd kap!tal!zt

>BTW:  I strongly recommend the use of Internet search engines.  It took me
>less than a minute to find this URL, simply by typing "Xx MIDI Wenger".

ftp://ftp.grame.fr/pub/MidiShare/Macintosh/Contributions/Phonogramme/

zmk m9nd konta!nr freel!.

>Date:    Mon, 21 Dec 1998 08:16:19 -0500
>From:    Greg Hall 
>Subject: Xx? a totally wild sequencing environment!

>I would like more info on Eric Wenger's Xx,

ftp://ftp.grame.fr/pub/MidiShare/Macintosh/Contributions/Phonogramme/

zmk m9nd konta!nr freel!.

>in english preferably.  thanks.

hou !ntel!gent u r. + . + . prm!t zom1 2 b azton!shd.
phz appl! 4 1 phppd zlaver! medl auSS!. + . + .

ftp://ftp.grame.fr/pub/MidiShare/Macintosh/Contributions/Phonogramme/

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Date:    Tue, 22 Dec 1998 01:17:40 -0500
From:    Stephen Kay 
Subject: Message from Internet

antiorp:
>Richard Zvonar =3D demonztratez zpektaklr zk!llz az 1 phppd kap!tal!zt

Is it possible that we could have this moron somehow not insult other
list members who are of far more importance than itself?

>hi,
>this is snudd writing, i am one of these "farmersmanual" guys.
>We discover ever more frequently your work and recognized that u are als=
o
>involved into hell.com

Is it possible that somewhow we can not be submitted to repostings
of this loser meets loser lonely hearts club diksuking mail which =

is privately sent to antiorp?

Stephen Kay

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Date:    Tue, 22 Dec 1998 16:21:36 +0100
From:    muki pakesch 
Subject: Re: Xx? a totally wild sequencing environment!

At 0:00 -0500 22.12.1998, Greg Hall  wrote:

>I would like more info on Eric Wenger's Xx, in english preferably.  thanks.

check out:
http://www.uisoftware.com/

hth
cheers,
muki

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Date:    Tue, 22 Dec 1998 20:41:53 -0800
From:    Tim Perkis 
Subject: g3 pbook audio i/o card

Matthew Ostrowski  wrote:

>(I'm also building a little splitter box so I don't have to go through this
>with my G3.  Audio I/O is on some subcard on them, by the way, so if the
>_do_ fuck up, it's not quite so bad.)

This seems to suggest it might be possible to REPLACE this subcard with
something that sounds a little better. Anyone have any thoughts on that
idea?

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