Author Topic: The New Hobbes  (Read 8929 times)

kimhav

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Re: The New Hobbes
« Reply #15 on: 2009.07.11, 11:09:31 »
I too find it impossible to download from at present.   I will just keep hoping.  I was being asked for a password at one stage but I am not sure whether that was Hobbes or Firefox 3.1 (?). Anyway Keep hoping!!

While it might not solve the problem; but I assume the existing mirrors would solve the issue to download (if they're still able to mirror the site); I usually make use of the mirror at Sunet.se -> http://ftp.sunet.se/pub/os/OS2/hobbes/

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Re: The New Hobbes
« Reply #16 on: 2009.07.11, 20:13:54 »
Hi Ólafur,

Apologies, putting Oli in quotes wasn't meant to be negative or derogatory, just a way of referring to what you said.
I also didn't know who I was referring.

No apologies needed, it was just weird to look at, anyhow I have always meant to send you a note thanking you for keeping the OS2site going all these years, has saved my behind quite a few times, since you are here might just as well do it now


And since I am already off topic, I ported CSOUND to OS/2 a few years back since a the time I did not have a Windows PC, any point in releasing it ?

Is anyone using ecs for music creation these days ?

I do off and on, and play with Ceres Sound Studio (but get mixed results when I record into it... things get compressed or stretched (twice normal speed or half speed... cant remember which... think it was twice normal speed).

So I am looking for alternatives...

Best,
Robert
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Re: The New Hobbes
« Reply #17 on: 2009.07.11, 22:46:08 »
I for one, would love to have more audio editing tools for OS/2.

Most of the ones out there now are pretty limited in capabilities and throwing another into the mix can only help.

In short, I do audio editing and I would use it.

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Re: The New Hobbes
« Reply #18 on: 2009.07.11, 23:48:22 »
Hi Ólafur,

Thank you for the thanks :-)

Any recent audio editing tools for OS/2 would be very welcome.

Cheers
Ian
« Last Edit: 2009.07.12, 13:24:45 by IBManners »
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