[Doggiebox] (recent features)

dpwalsh6 at cox.net dpwalsh6 at cox.net
Tue Mar 9 12:15:11 EST 2004

I was pretty excited to see the keyboard mapping starting to make it's 
way into Doggiebox myself.  But I think that it's still a little while before 
we could actually tap something in time like a drum machine.  right?  
Still psyched tho.  Happy tapping.  

Dan Walsh
From: Carl Edlund Anderson <cea at carlaz.com>
Date: 2004/03/09 Tue AM 11:25:09 EST
To: Doggiebox <doggiebox at lists.zygoat.ca>
Subject: [Doggiebox] (recent features)

Ben Kennedy wrote:
> On 02 3 2004 at 5:11 am -0500, Carl Edlund Anderson wrote:
>>and I start to wonder whether you 
>>can drag pre-definied sections from one open song file to another?
> You sure can!  I forget whether I mentioned that specifically in the
> release notes or not, but it's there.  (You can also copy and paste.)

So I suppose that means I could create a song file that simply held all 
the patterns that I wanted to reuse, or it opens the way to a dedicated 
"pattern library" as part of the interface ....?

Ben Kennedy wrote:
 > And finally, a new (old?!) feature:  using keyboard shortcuts for
 > selecting drums finally works.  To take advantage, open a drum kit 
 > and assign some key shortcuts to the drums in the drum kit editor. 
 > while editing a song, pressing the corresponding key will select the
 > appropriate drum (or cycle through, if the same key is assigned to
 > several drums).

Ooooh, that's cool.  I remember having a devil of a time trying to 
figure out the correct timing for something that I could tap on my knee 
without trouble but couldn't get entered into DB's editor without major 
brain strain (for my brain, anyway :)  This should make such things 
easier :)


Carl Edlund Anderson
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