ftm 2.0 beta for artificial tango


    Jan 24 2007 | 8:42 pm
    hi,
    i'm trying to get the seemingly very nice artificial tango objects to work.
    but, i have to get ircam's ftm library versione 2.0, which i can't find. it's not in the sourceforge cvs, nor on the ftm wiki or ircam site.
    any pointers? i could try to compile from source, couldn't be a problem i think.
    binaries are fine too of course, i run a G4 pb with 10.4.8.
    i tried contacting olaf matthes on the site, but maybe someone here nows a way of getting it to work.
    thanks in advance
    isjtar

    • Jan 24 2007 | 8:53 pm
      Isjtar wrote:
      > hi,
      >
      > i'm trying to get the seemingly very nice artificial tango objects to work.
      > but, i have to get ircam's ftm library versione 2.0, which i can't find. it's not in the sourceforge cvs, nor on the ftm wiki or ircam site.
      > any pointers? i could try to compile from source, couldn't be a problem i think.
      > binaries are fine too of course, i run a G4 pb with 10.4.8.
      > i tried contacting olaf matthes on the site, but maybe someone here nows a way of getting it to work.
      Keep cool, sometimes it takes me more than 5 minutes to answer an email...
      There are only 1.6.x binaries, but if you download the source code (CVS
      checkout) you get 2.0. But be warned that it depends on quite a few
      other things you have to download and install.
      happy compiling,
      Olaf
    • Jan 25 2007 | 10:09 am
      Quote: Olaf Matthes wrote on Wed, 24 January 2007 13:53
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      >
      > Keep cool, sometimes it takes me more than 5 minutes to answer an email...
      >
      > Try sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ftm/
      >
      > There are only 1.6.x binaries, but if you download the source code (CVS
      > checkout) you get 2.0. But be warned that it depends on quite a few
      > other things you have to download and install.
      >
      > happy compiling,
      > Olaf
      >
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      thanks : )
      i know it was quite unpatient, but i thought it would be nice to have in the archives anyway.