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FxKeys

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..and another little device by cwm: FxKeys!
Check this out, you won't be disappointed.
More info at the usual place.
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Soundbits and pdf will come in a few days.
Just had an bike accident (tram lines :x -> nasal bone fracture) and have to go to hospital tomorrow. no joke!
See you hopefully soon - I hope you can make use of this thingy.

Update: New FxKeys version with just two inputs and two outputs.
And: ULLI controls (in the MIDI area top, right).
Download: here
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sorry to hear that, about the accident.
Good luck tomorrow :)
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That's the picture I have been waiting for. In case you haven;t noticed I check your site everyday, and hopefully the Akai controller I just got will love tis as much as the MIDI Swtch FX device.
This looks to be a Solaris God and SE-1 God Send.
I have demo'd a few VSTs recently to check on realtime parameter modulation and soudn quality to confirm my suspicions of my comtinued addiction to Scope.
What a nice treat this will be after hours of disappointing 1s and 0s.

Hope your nose gets that Daniel Craig look to it.
Chicks dig that rough and tumble look.

Thanks Again RoyT.
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This looks seriously impressive Roy!! Good luck at the hospital.

Much respect to you and all the other contributors to the platform!
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Sorry to hear of your bike accident Roy, and wish you a speedy recovery.

Thanks for the latest incredible looking device, and I can't wait to try it later today. :)

Thanks again and get well soon.
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This is great! Thank you so much!
Good luck with you nose!
(We have tram lines in Holland too!)
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wow! Many thanks and good luck for today! :o
4PC + Scope 5.0 + no more Xite + 2xScope Pro + 6xPulsarII + 2xLunaII + SDK + a lot of devices (Flexor III & Solaris 4.1 etc.) + Plugiator.
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Hey this is really nice. I can have MIDI Channel 15 (BCF 2000) as a realtime/manual overide, while MIDI Channel 14 have an automation lane in Reaper.
Always having default values then expanding/improvising in between known note on/off messages from the DAW.
This will be fun learning all fo the details that knowing you are plentiful.
Tell the nurses to let you go, well unless there's a really fine one you require sympathy from.

Get well my friend, we need you guidance.
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Wouah hé !

Looks amazing... Pdf expected..!

Personnaly, I've got this prominent chin, very useful to protect my nose but as a result, full of scars...
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niiiiiiiiiiiice thanks! downloaded
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I wish you a good recovery, Roy.
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nasty i have had a few bike accidents over the years

you were lucky with just the broken nose

hope you are alright

hope the bike is not to much of a right off also as thats just a pain in the pocket and the stress of it all

this dev looks great
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My sympathies over the bike accident.

My guess is you have lovely black eyes now - I've broken my nose 3 times over the years.
Hope the bike is okay too
Get well soon.

It's just over 4 years now since my last major bike accident, when I reduced my ribcage to a bag of broken bits. But hey, I learned a lot about Stylus RMX & Scope over the following months :-)
Every cloud has a silver lining.

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I had a close call bicycle accident 5 years ago - only a couple of weeks after meeting a new friend who had part of her face reconstructed due a bicycle accident. One week later, I purchased one of these: http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/dk/e ... -prod69477

You do have slightly less vision to the very far sides with such one. Cars do take more notice of you, though. Rain is not a problem for your sight.
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thanks Roy. I really like this device. Hope your sniffer heals fast.
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Hi! I'm back.
Thanks for all your get-well wishes, it seems it helped. :)
Ok, they kept me a full week at the hospital, but the result is that my nose looks better than before.
I already had a bike accident with broken nose some 30 years ago and the guys that tinkered with my nose then were complete idiots. :cry:
But the girls and guys now at Graz hospital had been really nice and competent. Thankfully nose now looks better than Mr. Craig's.

PDF is ready, you can download it here; some audio examples will follow shortly.
See you and have fun!
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Excellent timing.
I need to get this working and now I can actually read a manual.
Haven't done that in a while.

Glad your all good, and thanks again RoyT.
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Thanks, Roy !

Did you finish the pdf at the hospital ? The manual is awesome, really professionnal.
We can use every secret of this gas factory... :D

It's amazing.

THANKS !!
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thumbs-up Roy :)
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Added: http://www.scopeportal.com/roy-thinnes-fxkeys/

So now is the time to give "real" thumbs up to Roy :).
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