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    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    If the error is when pressing "boot" in Mellite to start SuperCollider, likely the location to SuperCollider has not been set (or not set correctly) in the Preferences / Audio tab.
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    👁M using win10
    Its an insider build but that shouldnt matter
    64-bit
    Hanns, aye🧿 redirected mellite to m👁 program files / supeecollider/ scsynth.exe
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    Can you copy and paste what is printed in the log window when you try to boot?
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    Yes !!! In a moment as 👁M downstairs and on crutches lol
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    i think ive gotten it to boot
    it says server ready\
    and i made a new workspace
    what is the artifact base location
    ?
    i reinstalled an older build of sc with a patch built in that solves known server issues
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    when you import sound files, they are relative to an "artifact location", usually the direct parent directory. that's a separate object so that if you move your workspace to other harddrive, the new file locations can be resolved by updating the artifact location. just go with the default
    e.g. if you import an audio file "/home/bla/Documents/foo.aif", it will suggest that "/home/bla/Documents" will be the artifact base location
    I have to leave for today, but it seems you got going. If there are more problems, just post them here, and I can check tomorrow
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    ps hanns: fscape is really great!!!!
    like soundloom but you dont have to fight with the interfasce as much (:
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    haha, I had an introduction to SoundLoom once by Trevor Wishart, but barely used it as at the time it required a Windows computer. Now that CDP compiles on Linux, I had started to integrate the CDP modules in FScape (the DSP language in Mellite), but never worked it beyond a proof-of-concept. Would be nice to get back to it eventually.
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    That would be amazing !!!
    do fscape / mellite automaticalky “find” java sdk components??
    I instqlled java open sdk 11
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    But aye🧿 know nothing about it outside ov the browser .. like, does it have an executable / gui??? Where aye🧿 manually load .jars????
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    Im so much b3tter at making tunes than aye🧿 am tryinng to digure dis wtuff out , sadly
    Remedial dunce when it comes to innards ov they computer ... though aye🧿 managed to install a CMOS battery and not break anything last night a*pats self on butt
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    JDK based languages like Java and Scala compile to platform independent bytecode instead of machine code, therefore a JDK environment must be installed to run applications on the desktop. The development advantage is that I have to care very little about the platform specifics. The "full" bundled versions of Mellite take away the need from you to install a JDK yourself, but of course you can still do that and run the "universal" version of Mellite that is not bundled with a JDK. Yes, when a JDK is installed, FScape and Mellite should automatically find the Java runtime environment to run, i.e. some standard components. Other components are included with them. If you open a terminal, you can find the executable which is java on Mac and Linux, and java.exe on Windows (despite the name, it can run different JDK languages not just Java). Basically the start scripts invoke something like java -cp lib/Mellite.jar:lib/OtherLibrary.jar de.sciss.mellite.Mellite where cp is the class path, i.e. the list of bundled libraries in Java byte code format.
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    So aye🧿 dont need to compile nyseld ??
    myself
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    No, what is available from archive.org or GitHub release is already compiled binaries. Only if you wanted to develop the codebase yourself, would you need to compile from source.
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    So just run the .bat???
    👁M on windows ... oh yewh aye🧿 said fhis
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    yes it should be sufficient
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    Okay ... because tahts what ive been doing but 👁M not sure if its booting right or if there is some part ov the gui that i am missing
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    Also im very into transformations fft etc in the apectral domain as well as downright gnarly processing techniques and sofrware to dü soh with... ixi-quarks is right up my alley but sadly i cannot compile it on windows fo® The life of me .... i also virtualized mac os (mojave and catalina) and tried to run the last (classic) soundhack application and it wouldnt run .... sidnt work in sheepshaver either... so yhere is all ov this software that looks absolutely fascinating to me , but i cannot run.... other examples are spectacular by spectacular software, but aye🧿 was able to get they soundmagic suite working in a virtualized comtext .... which is pretty great indeed!!
    So
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    in terms ov fft spectral transformations etc i have CDP, spec ops vst plugin , klingbeil’s spear , sp3ctre, spectrumworx, fscape, and datš about it .... i spend a lot ov time hunting foR audio software foR unusual/ exciting proccessing potential foR aoundbcollage / acousmatic , mind bending scheisse EA stuff ...
    Aye🧿 was wondering if yuu have any reccomendations for such things that i can run on windows ??? Things i may have overlooked???
    The week that I discovered cecilia was a G🪐🪐D one
    i found this thing “ARGO” full ov interesting max externals
    and IXIquarks looks wayy up my alley but sadly , incompatible
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    And i asked thor and he has no plans to further develop / rewrite foR compatability’s sake anytime soon...
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    I have little experience with windows, and I can imagine real-time apps will not be trivial to run through a virtual box. If there is a particular software you're looking for and it runs on Linux, you could of course try to make the system dual-boot into Linux. About Mellite, if you follow one of the first video tutorials, it should be possible to find out if you get to have sound, otherwise I'd need a more detailed description of where you are stuck, or a screenshot.
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    HANNS...
    IVE BEEN HAVING SOME ISSUES WITH FSCAPE
    I WILL POST THE ERROE HRERE IF THARTFS OK
    ERROR
    HERE IF THATS
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    if that's FScape 2 (within Mellite) ok. If that's classic FScape, please in https://gitter.im/Sciss/FScape
    cclcng
    @cclcng
    Aye🧿 didn’t realize it was fscape 2 in Mellite, is that “fscape next”? I’ve been eagerlyn awaiting this, you see (: sorry Fo® The cross post... also, aye🧿 was wondering if eisenkraut is fscape 2 also ....
    Oops aye🧿 guess that is not a question fo® Here either . Sorry ! Cant delete on here
    Hanns Holger Rutz
    @Sciss
    yes, "FScape next" source code is version 2 which is in included in Mellite. FScape 1 and 2 are currently not identical, 2 does not include all modules from 1, because it is implemented in a different DSP language, so for the time being v2 does not "replace" v1. The modules for FScape 2 have to be downloaded as a separate workspace in the Mellite archive.org binaries. Eisenkraut is still a standalone project, although eventually it will also be a part of Mellite.