stw wrote:How long do we ask for...
SM has rapidly been becoming a dead duck for commercial plugin development
I registered Flowstone mostly 4 that reason...it could have been killed off when FlowStone was released, so Malc does seem genuinely keen to keep his 'first baby' alive and kicking - but naturally he has to concentrate his limited resources on whatever is most likely to keep food on his table.
This is really a big drawbackPart of the problem there seems to be that the developers are simply not active on the forum, except to post updates.
Corrected. I think Malc is the only programmer anymore for SM? & that is only part-time, due to having to run 2 other businesses...trogluddite wrote:Part of the problem there seems to be that the developer are simply not active on the forum, except to post updates.
DigitalWhiteByte wrote:product scope of the trend, for example tablet systems
DSP Robotics wrote:The way computers have been programmed over the years is continually evolving first there was machine code (A9) then assembler (LDA), then came so called high level languages like Pascal, Fortran, Basic, C++ (If (x > y) ), these were then modified to become visual languages (basically the same code but you could arrange your graphics on screen). Then came object orientated languages, again the same code but with more structure. That was until now when FlowStone changed everything and gave the world Graphical Programming!
You are correct, the platform is becoming less & less specific. C++ & Java you can use anywhere (well Obj-C for iOS), & there even languages that write language, which I think is the next wave:trogluddite wrote:Notice how the programming languages become more generic and less platform specific over time - until you get to FlowStone! It would take huge investment - but FlowStone/SM does have the potential to be the next link n that chain - the next 'universal' language that all programmers learn and use - if only.....
infuzion wrote:Nice ideas, but honestly without 64bit audio & VSTs, it is becoming more pointless to develop on SM. & lack of OSX & now iOS I'm losing 60%+ of my audience.
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