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Music / DAW

Jan 11, 08:53 PM

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In my rare sparetime I also make some music using guitars, synthesizers and DAWs. Most of it is metal style, feel free to listen on voXager.de.


Our new and first album is out now!
iTunes Germany, iTunes USA, Amazon Germany, Amazon USA

Beyond The Frontier

We are living in unexpected great times for making your own music at home in a quality that was reserved to expensive and for most of us exclusive music studios. So if you have been thinking of doing it for your own – be it just for fun or with (semi)professional goals – and didn’t start yet you might be lost. There are so many products these days that all claim to help you on your way and the manufacturers and their advertising agencies don’t hesitate to tell you that you need their product for a happy life. Well, some of it you need for sure but what? What do you really need? Have a look on therecordingrevolution.com. This website is a great resource to get started. Register there and you get a pdf called “The #1 Rule of Home Recording” for free. It’s just 16 pages long (as far as I remember) but it to cuts right to the chase of the matter: reduce your options.

 

l0v3 2 c0d3

while(!sleep){++sheep;}

If you are interested in C++ and live in Germany, you might want to look at pottcpp.de.

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Build cmake command-line tool on OSX

Dec 30, 02:05 PM

Download source code from the cmake homepage.
Open the terminal and enter

cd <folder with source code>
./bootstrap
make
sudo make install

The result will be in /usr/local/bin/cmake. If you want to use the Gui, I recommend downloading the pre-build package unless you really want to install Qt 4.x on your Mac. If you have an older version in /usr/bin and are willing to overwrite it, you can compile with

cd <folder with source code>
./bootstrap --prefix=/usr
make
sudo make install

Do not throw away the source/build directory, you may want to call sudo make uninstall later on.
Or you could simply download the prebuilt Gui application and create some symbolic links from there.

OSX Cmake, install command line tools

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Build ZeroMQ on OSX

Sep 20, 12:52 PM

Download the latest tarball from the ZeroMQ homepage. Untar/zip and cd into the directory.

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Build CEGUI library on OSX

Sep 18, 06:22 PM

Get the source code from the CEGUI homepage.
Open the terminal and enter

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Build CEGUI dependencies on OSX

Sep 18, 06:16 PM

Get the source code from the CEGUI homepage.
Open the terminal and enter

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0,3 or 5 - make it your rule

Apr 28, 07:31 AM

While reading Effective C++ from Scott Meyers I came accross item 5 where he refers to constructors and operators that are automatically created for you by the compiler as long as you don’t provide an implementation of your own.

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Data races in STL containers

Apr 9, 10:50 AM

While reading in Effective STL from Scott Meyers I came across item 12 (Have realistic expectations about thread safety of STL containers). Scott basically says that multiple readers and multiple writers to different containers are safe. One should not expect more.

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Pump up the message - blocked from the promised future

Apr 8, 06:22 AM

Every window system I know of, uses an implementation of an event loop to process things like mouse button clicks and alike. […] It does not matter if it’s Linux, OSX or Windows (or something else) and it happens regardless of the language used. Be it C, C++, C#, Java and whatnot. This blog entry is about what that means for C++ programs.

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