nanoKontrol for Reaper (XP & OS X) This little controller works very good in Reaper. I make this keymap for 39 Tracks that can be controlled with the 4 Scenes of the Korg nanoKontrol. (Volume, Pan, Solo, Mute). It works on XP and OS X. Sign In Don't have a Microsoft account? Sign up now Microsoft account What's this? Email or phone Password Can't access your account? How I boosted my Vim » nvie.com A few weeks ago, I felt inspired by articles from Jeff Kreeftmeijer and Armin Ronacher. I took some time to configure and fine-tune my Vim environment. A lot of new stuff made it into my .vimrc file and my .vim directory. This blog post is a summary describing what I’ve added and how I use it in my daily work. Before doing anything else, make sure you have the following line in your .vimrc file: " This must be first, because it changes other options as side effectset nocompatible
netzstaub » Writing Ableton Control Surface Scripts I’ve been dabbling with ableton control surface scripts about one year ago (some people may have seen the FCB1010 control surface script: FCB1010 Mappings, which I don’t really have the time to support at the moment). Btw I have a new version of the mappings, but they’re not really documented, but if you’re a bit into programming you may be able to get the mappings from the consts.py file: new undocumented mappings. In the following, I assume you know how to use remote control surface mappings inside ableton (the whole Midi Devices Input Output thingie). But let’s get down to the business of writing ableton remote control surface scripts. The scripts are written in Python and are stored inside the Ableton Live application in the Resources folder under Windows, or inside the application bundle under MacOSX.
Daily Vim Devotional timl Leave it to the indefatigable Tim Pope to write a Clojure-like language that compiles down to VimL. Though I’ll probably never use this, the fact that it exists at all makes me feel like everything’s going to be OK. (Source: twitter.com) Set Your Mac’s Time Zone to UTC Yesterday I caused an outage and had to write a post mortem.
DDM4000 Products Support Forum Our Story Join Us Buy Now Artists Blog English Language: Learn to speak vim - verbs, nouns, and modifiers! Posted 16 December 2011 @ 12pm in vim Using vim is like talking to your editor in ‘verb modifier object’ sentences, turned into acronyms learn some verbs: v (visual), c (change), d (delete), y (yank/copy). these are the most important. there are otherslearn some modifiers: i (inside), a (around), t (till..finds a character), f (find..like till except including the char), / (search..find a string/regex)learn some text objects: w (word), s (sentence) p (paragraph) b (block/parentheses), t (tag, works for html/xml) there are others To move efficiently in vim, don’t try to do anything by pressing keys many times, instead speak to the editor in sentences delete the current word: diw (delete inside word)change current sentence: cis (change inside sentence)change a string inside quotes: ci” (change inside quote)change until next occurrence of ‘foo’: c/foo (change search foo)change everything from here to the letter X: ctXvisually select this paragraph: vap (visual around paragraph)
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