[Doggiebox] Choose kit doesn't load?
roojam at me.com
Mon Jul 29 14:59:43 EDT 2013
I really liked the final result I got with DB on the one tune I was able to complete, but unfortunately had to wipe DB from my Macbook Pro shortly after because it would crash hard every time I was in it, and this became progressively worse such that eventually the only way to regain control of my machine was to hold down the power key and reboot.
The last time even that procedure had to be performed twice, and once I was back in control, the MB Pro would spend enormous amounts of time and resources reindexing all files on the machine just to run any app including opening a finder window. Since this machine serves dual purposes, I could not afford to take any more chances by opening DB, so I removed it.
Prior to removing I asked the guys if there were any known issues with compatibility, OS versions perhaps, or hardware, but none were known. My MBPro is a 2010 model 2.4 Ghz, i5, 8GB, 10.8.4 (currently). Its weird that I'm the only one experiencing these heart-stopping troubles.
I have a new Mac Mini that screams performance, and I use it to do my studio work which includes having a Logic Pro DAW. Even though I can create beats in Logic using my keyboard/pad controller I still would prefer to use DB to create the drum parts, but I still have a bad case of post-traumatic stress from my final efforts to use DB.
In the spirit of " Other than that Ms Lincoln, how was the play?",…….I really did like the program.
On Jul 29, 2013, at 11:14 AM, Carl Edlund Anderson <cea at carlaz.com> wrote:
> On 29 Jul 2013, at 08:04 , Carl Edlund Anderson <cea at carlaz.com> wrote:
>> I have in the past posted links of new recordings on which I've used DB drums to the FB page; I think I might have one or two new things since the last time I posted there. I'll have to check, and then post the links! :)
> For those not on FB, here's a link to the latest work-in-progress (a cover of cover of "LSD" by Hawkwind) that I've done with DB:
> This started as a way of testing different bass tones, playing the riff over a very simple loop (also made with DB). I liked it enough that I decided to start expanding it into a full-blown cover with proper drum programing etc.
> One of the drum breaks was a bit tricky -- I'm not sure whether it, technically speaking, drifts into 3/4 or something for a few bars. Nevertheless, I kept counting across 4 in my dbsong, just making it come out as I heard it in my head, though it didn't happen over a neat regular pattern in the editor as I would have expected .... Sounds fine, though! :) (IMO!)
> Carl Edlund Anderson
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