[Doggiebox] Status?

Duffy dufficator at gmail.com
Fri Sep 27 10:55:17 EDT 2019


I've too have found nothing as good as DB.
I've kept an older machine running the older OS simply to keep Doggie Box
alive.
I'm convinced DB (updated obviously for the current OS) simply needs
promotion.
This product was a winner.
Thanks Ben, Jack Duffy


On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 1:51 AM Carl Freire <cpflists at carlfreire.com> wrote:

> I have a 2009 MacBook that I kept around to run an ancient version of
> Quicken on Snow Leopard (and also Windows XP via Bootcamp so I can play
> the original Warcraft when the mood strikes. :-) ). I'm now also using
> that computer to run Doggiebox.
>
> I also have both GarageBand and Logic Pro on my primary computer. You
> can do a lot with the drum sims on both of those, but, yeah, nothing
> beats the freedom that Doggiebox allows you to vary patterns.
>
> I did a little looking around once, but I couldn't really find anything
> comparable to DB for Windows, either. I haven't looked in a long time,
> though. Anybody know of anything?
>
> On 9/25/19 6:28 AM, Thomas Davis wrote:
> > Whats up Dbox folks! I tried downloading doggiebox today on my Mac
> running
> > High Sierra 10.13.6 and alas it doesn't seem to work. I might need to dig
> > out the old mac just for the sake of using doggiebox. I'm assuming there
> > aren't any planned updates, so I'm curious to know what you guys are
> using
> > these days instead? I have garageband, Logic Pro, and an Akai sequencer
> but
> > nothing beats the interface of doggiebox's musical notation-style...
> >
> > On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 5:22 PM Larry Felker LAST_NAME <
> laf6354 at comcast.net>
> > wrote:
> >
> >> I'm still using and enjoying Doggiebox. I agree, it seems to have
> stalled
> >> out but I've never had trouble using it with Garage Band. I just export
> it
> >> to my desktop and drag it into Garage Band! I'll program a whole song,
> >> drums first, put it in GB and away I go! I assume Logic would be just as
> >> easy. I've never tried creating my own kit, but may at some point. I
> don't
> >> think I'll ever change unless I see something as easy to use.
> >>
> >>> On October 11, 2018 at 6:49 AM Carl Edlund Anderson <cea at carlaz.com
> >> mailto:cea at carlaz.com > wrote:
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>      I see Ben out there on Facebook, occasionally, but I think you’re
> >> right: good ol’ Doggiebox is not a particular priority these days. I
> think
> >> that’s been true for some time, and I’ve been looking for other
> solutions
> >> for a good while now, sensing that that DB’s days were numbered.
> >>>
> >>>      DB’s ability to customize your own kits and samples, perform
> fairly
> >> detailed editing, and output the audio was pretty amazing, certainly
> when
> >> Ben first brought it out. I think it didn’t take off like it might
> >> otherwise have done because, just as it was coming out, everything was
> >> transitioning over to DAWs and everything had to be a plug-in as well as
> >> (if at all) a standalone app.
> >>>
> >>>      It will probably be a good while before I go over to Mojave
> (since I
> >> don’t need to break all my audio stuff just yet!), but I suppose when I
> do
> >> that will be farewell to good old Doggiebox! <sniff!>
> >>>
> >>>      Cheers,
> >>>      Carl
> >>>
> >>>      --
> >>>      Carl Edlund Anderson
> >>>      https://soundcloud.com/carledlundanderson/ <
> >> https://soundcloud.com/carledlundanderson/>
> >>>      https://carledlundanderson.bandcamp.com/ <
> >> https://carledlundanderson.bandcamp.com/>
> >>>      http://www.carlaz.com/music.html <
> http://www.carlaz.com/music.html>
> >>>
> >>>          > > On 01 Oct 2018, at 07:15, Carl Freire <
> >> cpflists at carlfreire.com mailto:cpflists at carlfreire.com > wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>>          Hi, anyone who might still be out there--
> >>>>
> >>>>          I believe I posed a similar question about a year ago, but is
> >> anyone in touch with Ben? I think some of us were already hitting the
> end
> >> of the road with Doggiebox (I still got it to work on High Sierra,
> though
> >> YMMV), but I vaguely recall that with Mojave if a certain "x" change
> wasn't
> >> done then various programs were going to fall by the wayside--Doggiebox
> >> among them.
> >>>>
> >>>>          We come not to mourn Doggiebox but rather to praise it . . .
> >>>>
> >>>>          Well, unless something is in the works, damn good run while
> it
> >> lasted and I hope that Ben is doing well, live long and prosper, etc.
> >> (Honestly, mostly at this point I'm just wondering if I should finally
> >> unsubscribe from this list . . .).
> >>>>
> >>>>          Cheers,
> >>>>          Carl (not that Carl but the other one ;-) )
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