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Posted by John on Wed 19 Apr 2023 at 04:25 from 46.118.187.x
why i dont understand this(

Posted by 2023 on Sat 04 Mar 2023 at 22:41 from 2.29.234.x
donr quite get it ⁈ no scrubs or something else whacky⁈
+took 2 random trax=thanx!!

Posted by Justin Godesky on Mon 30 Jan 2023 at 16:22 from 104.28.208.x
This sounds great.

Maybe it could use a "modeline" (like Vim and Emacs) in the footer to display the "modes" you're in, as well as your current in-progress keyboard action combination (so user gets live feedback and not confused/stuck and have to ESC/cancel out of there).

Posted by Matt on Sun 29 Jan 2023 at 12:17 from 149.86.0.x
Looks absolutely wonderful - thanks for sharing and I am jealous of both the views and the steak + eggs

Posted by Zapatero on Tue 17 Jan 2023 at 09:35 from 84.115.226.x
Oh that will be such a nice addition!
Personally I love context-aware shortcuts etc - these things allow for a smooth workflow (provided one has laid out the scheme in a clever way), and the number of keys is limited. Wonderful feature, looking forward to its implementation/release! :)

Posted by Justin on Fri 13 Jan 2023 at 13:56 from 76.126.181.x
that might be a nice default binding, yeah

Posted by SpoiledHobo on Fri 13 Jan 2023 at 03:48 from 77.12.75.x
Maybe I'm daft or too much of a noob here, but considering your last paragraph I'm asking myself if "Esc" would be a good way to - well - escape back to the default section? If there's such a thing as a default section, that is.

Posted by saike on Thu 05 Jan 2023 at 19:01 from 84.106.132.x
Neat! No more (or at least less) codegen from Python for me :D

Posted by Chris on Mon 02 Jan 2023 at 19:10 from 76.77.180.x
Perfect, thank you very much.

Posted by Justin on Mon 26 Dec 2022 at 09:52 from 174.247.17.x
1. I forget if that calculation was buried as code somewhere on the apple documentation site, or if it was just described. Block size is samples, srate is the samplerate in samples/second.

Posted by Chris on Fri 23 Dec 2022 at 16:21 from 99.155.33.x

Thank you SO MUCH for writing this up, saved me a lot of effort...

I put together a gist that describes how to do it, seeing as their documentation really sucks gist.github.com/cjappl/20fed4c5631...

I was running into the EINVAL thing, and nothing was helping besides this article.

I had a couple questions:

1. How did you discover the period/constraint/computation of the coreaudio thread? Do you have a source anywhere?
2. In your calculation, what do `blocksize` and `srate` refer to, and in what units?

Again, thank you so much. Really useful

Posted by 2022 on Thu 03 Nov 2022 at 19:53 from 31.124.45.x
yeah this is sik- parting the seas came to mind.

Posted by 2022 on Thu 03 Nov 2022 at 19:29 from 31.124.45.x
which? the sunsets or the waves? thinking these colours are incredible!

Posted by Justin on Thu 20 Oct 2022 at 09:17 from 70.23.64.x
Thank you! The painting was actually the bottom or top 1/3 (I like the way it looks both ways! couldn't decide which was was up), then the middle third was stretched in gimp. Love Elliot Smith.

Posted by jack on Wed 19 Oct 2022 at 22:33 from 193.32.127.x
I really like this painting, reminds me of Minas Morgul rotated ccw 90degrees with a sprinkling of Nirvana Nevermind, naturally. Cosmic Background is sick, my favourite track. Do you like Elliott Smith? Your drumming style on a few tracks gives me XO vibes. (sorry for comparisons, or not)

Posted by Carlos on Fri 16 Sep 2022 at 17:37 from 71.229.106.x
some trek that has to be, a tip of the bridge, the peninsula in the back, great pic indeed!

Posted by max on Fri 05 Aug 2022 at 00:10 from 174.64.49.x
sounds like urbit...

Posted by Strange R on Wed 20 Jul 2022 at 21:29 from 172.116.113.x
Yo follow being. Just letting you know other humans out here are aware of you and admire your brief moment in the cosmos. Keep kicking it, and when you're feeling down or having weird bursa pain, remember that out of nearly 8 billion human souls and countless trillion others,your unique sameness shines through the monotony. Shine bright and inspire, infinitesimal infinity.

Posted by Matt J on Tue 05 Jul 2022 at 23:37 from 69.249.100.x
Have you looked into Inrupt?

Posted by SK on Sun 03 Jul 2022 at 04:32 from 159.196.230.x
Something similar was attempted by the original Opera team. See


Posted by Tale on Sat 11 Jun 2022 at 03:50 from 77.170.68.x

Posted by 2022 on Mon 23 May 2022 at 16:20 from 2.25.95.x
makes sense..but who else likes sense these days?? :D
too many cooks spoiled that old broth.
the current system is hijacked by overzealous absolutist,deterministic,reductionistic authoritarians. (?)
they wont have it,if it is not fully controllable. :/

Posted by Brian on Sat 14 May 2022 at 12:54 from 174.61.49.x
Great pick!!
"Till The Next Orb....

Posted by Saurabh Rastogi on Fri 25 Feb 2022 at 15:20 from 188.214.8.x
Beautiful place, and thank you of Winamp.

Best Wishes from London

Posted by Justin on Tue 22 Feb 2022 at 17:26 from 76.126.181.x
in one sitting? one pineapple, probably, but that would be too much

Posted by hey on Mon 21 Feb 2022 at 02:44 from 184.100.18.x

Posted by hey on Mon 21 Feb 2022 at 02:43 from 184.100.18.x
hopw many pinesapples could you eat if someone cut th cut off the skins for you and made cubes

Posted by asafonov on Tue 08 Feb 2022 at 23:14 from 94.241.47.x
that’s a great talk. thank for sharing, i really enjoyed it

Posted by Tale on Tue 28 Dec 2021 at 03:03 from 77.170.68.x
Thanks for sharing, this will certainly come in useful one at some point. BTW, Apple's (lack of) documentation if also one of my biggest frustrations.

Posted by schmoe on Mon 25 Oct 2021 at 20:28 from 108.180.138.x
Can see sort of a sideways angry face in the clouds too. Doesn't like being shushed!

Posted by ufo spotter on Sun 24 Oct 2021 at 10:16 from 95.149.70.x
looks like fun! but hmmm. is this not very revealing? the statue is saying what? shhh,be quiet? dont tell anyone?.. and am pretty sure saturn or jupiter would be beyond any low level clouds?.. heheheh.. great capture. good memories indeed.thanks4sharing this angle.

Posted by Tao Stein on Thu 14 Oct 2021 at 23:20 from 1.36.185.x
Thanks for all your hard work on Reaper. Great system !

Posted by ufo spotter on Tue 21 Sep 2021 at 12:19 from 95.149.70.x
lol yep- they ALWAYS fly around in them spheres of light.
No visible means of propulsion.. no wings,no tail,no rotars..standard aircraft stuff.
Look again.Listen to your hearts answer?
The phenomenon is quite real.It is a global thing. :D

Posted by Justin on Mon 20 Sep 2021 at 18:49 from 71.167.52.x
definitely a UFO! probably commercial air traffic but definitely unidentified ;)

Posted by ufo spotter on Sun 19 Sep 2021 at 19:04 from 95.149.70.x
oooo- looks like you caught a ufo there!? (far right 500% zoom!)

Posted by suoipoc on Sat 15 May 2021 at 06:41 from 73.239.127.x
I was just reminiscing about the good old win amp days as I see Spotify implementing some graphical frills that reminded me of some of the win amp interface. Anyway, I went down a win amp rabbit hole and started reading about your projects and your life. You truly were ahead of your time.. Thank you for all you have done for the digital community, music has always been an important part of my life, and you shaped my love of it on the computer.

Posted by Justin on Tue 04 May 2021 at 17:50 from 71.167.52.x
I haven't tested Waves on the M1, but x86_64 plug-ins that use SSE rather than x87 all seem to be quite fast. And I think all sane plug-ins should use SSE on x86_64.

Posted by maralatho on Mon 03 May 2021 at 16:52 from 98.185.249.x
Wondering if your use of intel VSTs includes any Waves v12 VST3s, which is what I mostly use. I'm using a 2012 Intel Mini, and have been considering upgrading to an M1 Mini, but my concern has been that since Reaper and my plugins will be emulated for a while, performance might tank. It's actually quite good now on this old hardware, even though I'm using a 4k display and am running Catalina.

Posted by hukl on Wed 28 Apr 2021 at 14:15 from 91.64.45.x
I recently acquired a MacMini M1, which blows me away on so many levels but of course I was worried that my elaborate, reaper centric workflow might not work for a few months but quite the contrary - everything, including intel vsts runs silky smooth so far. Huge thank you for being on top of this!

Posted by Emanuele on Sun 28 Mar 2021 at 15:00 from 84.52.237.x
Hi Justin, take care and it'll get better!

Posted by Justin on Sat 27 Mar 2021 at 09:41 from 71.167.52.x
hah! still using gnu libc etc, but iirc busybox and replaced /bin/init with a shell script :)

Posted by Zoom on Sat 27 Mar 2021 at 05:49 from 88.201.132.x

Reads like you have a complete Linux userspace written in JS to replace GNU. That would be hilarious, but I wouldn't be surprised.

Posted by Justin on Tue 02 Feb 2021 at 12:18 from 71.167.52.x
Thanks Martin, that's pretty consistent with my understanding (and what my Chiropractor has said)... the Orthopedist seemed less interested in that, though.

Posted by Martin on Mon 01 Feb 2021 at 06:52 from 91.50.109.x
There is a youtube channel about stretching excercises to combat pains caused by monotone movements or postures. Their theory is that fascia tissue foreshortens from excercise and that leads to excessive pressure on the joints, which causes the pain. So where you talk about strengthening certain muscles, they'd recommend stretching the opposing muscles instead. Search on youtube for "Liebscher & Bracht – The Pain Specialists" to find their channel. The TL;DR version is: stretch the muscles you use most during running every day, and hold each stretch for at least 90 seconds, then ease out of it very slowly. It's supposed to hurt a little bit, but not so much that you couldn't smile anymore while doing it. I've had great results from this with fixing tendonitis in my arm and reducing some thumb joint pain. Maybe it can help you too? If it works, it should feel better fairly quickly, but of course your mileage may vary. And especially since you have prior injuries, maybe check in with your orthopedist first.
Good luck and get well soon!

Posted by Gio on Fri 15 Jan 2021 at 16:00 from 94.70.31.x
Sorry to hear about that, I wish you well. What I learned from my own experience is that a middle aged man should probably exercise in moderation or to put it otherwise in accordance to his own strength probably never in excess. As the ancient Greek saying goes ``Pan metron ariston'' (Everything in moderation).

Posted by Justin on Sun 03 Jan 2021 at 17:19 from 71.167.52.x
heh thanks... I think it'll all be OK, just the challenges of aging...

Posted by Tale on Sun 03 Jan 2021 at 06:10 from 77.170.68.x
Ah don't read, right... Anyway, I'm sorry to hear about your knee, and I hope it will get better in time. And else I guess you can always reconsider surgery sometime in the future.

Posted by toqer on Thu 31 Dec 2020 at 17:50 from 152.131.10.x
Just be careful db.. I started running like a madman in 2013 or so, was able to do 4 miles a day, now I have no cartilage in the right knee. Take it easy, space out a day between runs to let your body recharge.

Posted by 2020 on Sun 18 Oct 2020 at 20:17 from 109.181.167.x
and so- the edges meet the middle! your next test is to do it blindfolded!!
(i really like the mountains part...but meh the rest tbh!! when people have the ability of photo realism this particular style falters in comparison imo) although it is still rather attractive in some ways.
the forgotten arts..the lost arts..the divine artist. ;)
Puzzles are interesting..they engage the senses in a rather poetic way..because when the puzzle is completed,the arranger must seek a new piece to "finish"..onward and upwards,dear justin.
Be well.

Posted by A person from New Zealand on Mon 12 Oct 2020 at 04:16 from 222.153.61.x
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