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supernova777

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opcode vision DSP (1999)
« on: July 06, 2014, 03:11:37 AM »
http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jan99/articles/opcode477.htm



http://www.aaack.org/apple/opcode/quickstart_vis_4.5.pdf



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System
Requirements
Computer:
Power Macintosh with Level II Cache
(603 or faster recommended),
System 8.0 or later, 64 MB RAM,
Fast hard disk with
defragmenting software,
CD-ROM for installation
Supported Digital Audio Hardware:
PowerMac’s built-in sound capabilities;
Digidesign Audiomedia II & III;
ASIO-compatible audio hardware
(including Digidesign PCI cards)

whats the difference between studio vision pro + vision dsp? ?

supernova777

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Re: opcode vision DSP (1999)
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2014, 07:45:01 AM »
is DSP a cut down version of Studio Vision Pro? im trying to figure this out its so vague the differences between versions and no master list of seperate opcode products


supernova777

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Re: opcode vision DSP (1999)
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2014, 10:55:40 AM »
whats the difference between studio vision pro + vision dsp? ?

opcode vision = midi only
opcode studio vision = midi + audio
opcode vision dsp = ? midi +audio + audio processing?

ok found some more info here:
http://web.archive.org/web/20041208043223/http://opcode.com/products/visiondsp/

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     Opcode's Vision DSP
MIDI and audio recording and sequencing plus real-time effects
Vision DSP is a complete software system for recording, editing, effecting and playback of MIDI and digital audio. Vision DSP is compatible with ASIO compliant audio hardware, Apple's Sound Manager and Digidesign's AudioMedia II & III hardware. Vision DSP fully supports 24bit audio files and is compatible VST and Premiere plug-in formats. Vision DSP is fully Power Mac native.

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What's New in 4.5
ReWire Support

    Added support for ReWire
    Ability to bring mixed or individual voice output(s) of ReWire compatible softsynths into any console strip. This will allow for plug-ins, EQ, etc. to be applied to the outputs of such synthesizers.


full feature list: http://web.archive.org/web/20050211083650/http://www.opcode.com/products/visiondsp/f_001.shtml

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Vision DSP System Requirements:

Power Macintosh with Level II Cache (603 or faster recommended)
MacOS 7.6 or later
Min 32 MB of RAM
Fast hard disk (with defragmentation software)
CD-ROM and floppy drive for installation

Supported Digital Audio Hardware:

PowerMac w/built-in stereo sound capabilities
Digidesign audio cards, including; Audiomedia II and all PCI cards
ASIO Compatible Sound Cards:
Korg 1212I/O
Sonorus STUDI/O
Lucid PCI 24
Any ASIO compatible sound card that ships with a Mac driver

supernova777

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Re: opcode vision DSP (1999)
« Reply #3 on: July 08, 2014, 11:32:00 AM »
http://vision.agektmr.com/e_frame.html
https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fvision.agektmr.com%2F

k just found this great site available in japanese + english

now im trying to find vision dsp full version!

http://www.tucows.com/download/mac/files/visiondsp.hqx

i found this file so far but unsure if its full version (freeware)
or limited demo

ok confirmed it is the demo + ive attached it here
« Last Edit: July 08, 2014, 06:11:45 PM by chrisNova777 »

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supernova777

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Re: opcode vision DSP (1999)
« Reply #5 on: July 15, 2014, 09:43:21 PM »
some pics i found of the original package/box

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Re: opcode vision DSP (1999)
« Reply #6 on: April 03, 2016, 04:58:36 PM »
is DSP a cut down version of Studio Vision Pro? im trying to figure this out its so vague the differences between versions and no master list of seperate opcode products

Yes, Vision DSP is a cut down version of Studio Vision Pro.
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The biggest innovation in Opcode's flagship Studio Vision Pro, however, is not featured in Vision DSP: their patented Audio-to-MIDI and MIDI-to-Audio conversion features. These allow a monophonic audio line to be converted to (and then edited as freely as) ordinary MIDI sequencer data, and subsequently reconverted to audio incorporating any changes (say to timing or pitch) you've made to the MIDI version. While you don't get that in Vision DSP, this does at least give you an idea of the level of audio editing sophistication that Opcode have achieved
Source: http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jan99/articles/opcode477.htm