[Doggiebox] 1C3: Recipes and faster kits

Carl Edlund Anderson cea at carlaz.com
Thu May 13 08:03:22 EDT 2004

Ben Kennedy wrote:
> Hmmm... I see what you mean.  It seems this is only the case with the
> Percussion Kit, though.  The other half dozen kits all appear to use .aif
> file extensions.  I hadn't played with the Percussion Kit yet so I didn't
> reailse the issue there.

Yeah, and I hadn't played with anything _except_ the percussion kit yet, 
so I hadn't realized the Rock Kit had handy file extensions ;)  I 
suppose this is a reminder also that we'd have to keep an eye on 
possible future upgrades/changes to the way GB organizes things ....

> What I would suggest is to use some tool to add type/creator metadata to
> the files -- specifically, a file type of 'AIFF' -- so that Doggiebox
> will properly see them as aiff files.  Renaming them is no good because
> the linking mechanism needs them to have the same names in order to work
> transparently.  Changing the file type code will work, however, because
> once Doggiebox sees them it will link them in your kit by filename.

Good idea -- I'll give FileInfo 1.3 a spin <http://www.panix.com/~shopsinm/>


Carl Edlund Anderson

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