Subject: MAX Digest - 23 Dec 1998 to 24 Dec 1998 (#1998-109)
Date: Fri, 25 Dec 1998 00:00:10 -0500
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Topics of the day:

  1. Phonograme & other free/shareware
  2. Infusion Systems
  3. 
  4. MAX Digest - 22 Dec 1998 to 23 Dec 1998 (#1998-108)
  5. msp scrubber?

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Date:    Thu, 24 Dec 1998 00:33:58 +0000
From:    rb 
Subject: Re: Phonograme & other free/shareware

> From: Tommy DOG 
>
> I would like to put in an indorsement for Mr. Vincent Lesbros
> Phonograme.
> It is not at all like XX, in terms of interface but it is is a fun
> program, I've used it for a number of years in fact Vincent was one of
> the first people I met online.

he's working on an english version.

> Some shout outs to: Lemur, SoundHack, Sound Effects (commercially
> Sound Maker) and Thonk...

micromat is ripping off alberto ricci for soundmaker.
he is working on a new version of soundeffects.
(please don't support micromat/soundmaker.)

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Date:    Thu, 24 Dec 1998 00:47:43 -0500
From:    Ken Gregory 
Subject: Infusion Systems

I've done a lot of business with Infusion and visited them at their office
too.
They are all good people and dedicated to getting things done. BUt they are
a very small company which makes them very busy trying to keep up with the
tremendous amount of inerest in their products. They will  reply to your
email queries. If you're desperate for info, phone them.

The wsite has all the current info though. They distribute their own stuff
via mail order. A quick glance through their wsite doesn't reveal any deals
though.

http://www.infusionsystems.com

Telephone: 1(604) 684-3646
Fax: 1 (604) 684-3656

Mailing information:
Suite 316, 425 Carrall Street
Vancouver, BC Canada V6B 6E3

I really like using the iCube. It's reliable, highly useful and incredibly
flexible.

Hope this helps.

Cheers and Happy Season!

ken

>
>Hello,
>
>Has anyone been in touch with the makers of the I-Cube lately? I have tried
>several times to email them at info@infusionsystems.com, but no replies. To
>be more specific,  I want to know if they have any dealers in Norway or
>elsewhere in Europe. I also seem to recall that Max users was offered
>discounts on their system?
>Anyway, if any of you has some bad (or good) experiences with the I-Cube or
>Infusion Systems, please let me know.
>

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Date:    Thu, 24 Dec 1998 02:56:10 -0600
From:    =cw4t7abs 
Subject: 

>Oeivind Idsoe 
>2. =A7(/
Subject: Re: MAX Digest - 22 Dec 1998 to 23 Dec 1998 (#1998-108)

>
>Date:    Wed, 23 Dec 1998 21:06:44 +0200
>From:    Eirik Lie 
>Subject: I-Cube?
>
>Hello,
>
>Has anyone been in touch with the makers of the I-Cube lately? I have tried
>several times to email them at info@infusionsystems.com, but no replies. To
>be more specific,  I want to know if they have any dealers in Norway or
>elsewhere in Europe. I also seem to recall that Max users was offered
>discounts on their system?
>Anyway, if any of you has some bad (or good) experiences with the I-Cube or
>Infusion Systems, please let me know.
>
>Kind regards,
>
>Eirik Lie, Bjornerabben 9, N-0383 Oslo, Norway
>Email: eirikli@notam.uio.no   -   Tel +47 22 50 23 14
>Check out my CD "12 Bilder": http://home.sol.no/home/eiriklie/Visual.html
>
Eirik
I just receive yesterday products by Icube, they deliver very quickly and
are very friendly. The only way to communicate with them is thru their
website
http://www.infusionsystems.com
were do you can obtain informations, command product (2 days delivery for
Europe, pay=8A and download softwares. When I try to reach them by email, it
don't work.
Concerning the product, I am just begining to try it, but for the first
test, it work perfectly. More news in one month for our first performance
with it.
by
Jacques Hoepffner

Jacques Hoepffner, photographe
31, rue de la R=E9union 75020 Paris France
t=E9l 33 (0)1 44 93 39 27 fax 33 (0)1 44 93 39 70
Email: jacques.hoepffner@wanadoo.fr
URL: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/aladin/

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Date:    Thu, 24 Dec 1998 21:58:52 -0500
From:    Jeremy Bernstein 
Subject: msp scrubber?

Here's what I'd really like for christmas -- an audio scrubber object or
patcher for msp.  I'd like it to take account of the "velocity" of the
scrubbing, go forward and backward, have an option to play at a certain
speed at the point of scrubber release (like an LP would if you let go of
it).  Essentially an analog of a turntable.  Does anyone have such an
object they would be willing to share, or hints as to how I could make my
own?

Have a great holiday and a lovely weekend --

Jeremy

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