What happened to pluggo of the month?


    Mar 10 2006 | 4:21 pm
    Hey Guys,
    Anyone remember the pluggo of the month?
    Is there anything else today that is similar to it?
    If not, maybe we should start it up again?

    • Mar 22 2006 | 2:36 pm
      you are right, the pluggo the month was a great thing. please bring it back!
      k9
    • Mar 23 2006 | 9:54 am
      you should not ask what the puggo-the-month
      can do for you, you should ask what you can
      do for the pluggo-the-month.
      -110
    • Mar 23 2006 | 12:49 pm
      okay: what can you do for pluggo the month?
      ;-)
      cause I can't do much, I have only begun learning MaxMSP 4 weeks ago...
      k9
    • Mar 23 2006 | 12:57 pm
      Hi Roman,
      in your list on your site you state that dr dop is one of the Mac OS X pluggos. (http://www.vst-mac.info/vst_mac/list_pluggo_x.html)
      where can I find it? I'd really like to use it again, but ever yince upgrading to OS X I haven't had it installed. am I missing something very obvious here? or did you include it by mistake?
      (I wasn't able to email you directly, so please excuse the public question...)
      thanks
      k9
    • Mar 23 2006 | 4:08 pm
      I usually find that it's easier to learn something when I have
      a goal in mind. Perhaps creating a plug-in would be a good
      version of such a task. Such a task isn't any kind of substitute
      for a good tutor OR actually spending some time with the
      tutorials, but it *does* focus the mind.
      Writing plug-ins comes a bit more easily to me than it did
      N years ago, but I wrote this thing and people still appeared
      to find it at least amusing, if not useful. It's been recently
      updated to reflect the new, easier rubrics for creating
      plug-ins. It might be useful. Or not.
    • Mar 26 2006 | 5:49 am
      let me know about your dop, i will remove it if it is wrong.