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Re: CODM... how to get started.

Postby mdyde » Fri Jun 10, 2016 4:42 am

Arp wrote:I almost made the creation of a new set, how can I do to share the new program with other users? I have to turn it in .rar ? in Hauptwerk I did not find the option to do so, I have to do it with an external program (winrar) and which folders should I compress?
thanks


Hello Arp,

I've sent you an email with the necessary sample set developer documentation that covers how to assign unique organ/package IDs and how to package sample set components for public release. (They need to be packaged correctly, and with globally uniquely-assigned ID codes, to ensure that they install properly, without damaging any other sample set installations that a user might have.) I've also copied Brett on the reply so that he can assign unique ranges of the necessary sample set developer organ/package ID codes to you. (I'm not absolutely certain about his current procedure for that.)
Best regards,
Martin.

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Re: CODM... how to get started.

Postby josq » Fri Jun 10, 2016 7:16 am

Arp wrote:I almost made the creation of a new set


Wow. :) You must be quick to grasp and you have worked hard.
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Re: CODM... how to get started.

Postby Arp » Fri Jun 10, 2016 8:53 am

josq wrote:
Arp wrote:I almost made the creation of a new set


Wow. :) You must be quick to grasp and you have worked hard.



I began to "chew" the matter for a long time, I started work when I'm felt mature
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Re: CODM... how to get started.

Postby telemanr » Fri Jun 10, 2016 10:37 am

Goodness! When does one feel mature? I'm still hoping. And I fear I'm running out of time.
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Re: CODM... how to get started.

Postby RichardW » Fri Jun 10, 2016 4:52 pm

telemanr wrote:When does one feel mature?


Remember:

Growing old is compulsory.
Growing up is optional. :)

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Re: CODM... how to get started.

Postby Arp » Sat Jun 11, 2016 8:35 am

telemanr wrote:Goodness! When does one feel mature? I'm still hoping. And I fear I'm running out of time.



When I feel crazy :shock:
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Re: CODM... how to get started.

Postby Arp » Sun Jun 12, 2016 2:27 pm

I just finished creating my first set, merging Zlata Koruna and two reeds from St. Anne (16' and 8') to the pedal. I'm happy :D
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