• Flowstone 3.0.6 Review
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    So Flowstone 3.0.6 is finally here! This release comes with some very important bug fixes and a few small but really useful features as well as support for Flowpaw. Find and Replace The main new feature of this release is “Find and Replace”  for Text, Ruby, DSP and ASM components. This is very handy to…

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  • The CPU load metering explained
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    Since modern computers have gone Multi/hyper-threaded with multicore CPUs, it has become rather complicated to measure CPU load of your software. In the case of Flowstone we have two ways of observing CPU load – the internal CPU meter (shown in bottom right corner when soundcard output is active) and the Windows Task Manager. Now…

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  • Flowpaw and Flowstone 3.0.6
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    For those that are not aware DSPRobotics has just announced a kickstarter campaign  for an interesting bit of hardware named Flowpaw. It looks really cool and is aimed at teaching kids the basics of programming and getting them interested in computers.  There is a big push at the moment in the UK to get programming…

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  • How to use Assembler? part 3: ALU, FPU and array management
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    This article will come in 4 parts and will cover everything you will ever need to know about programming in assembler in Flowstone 3.0.5 and lower (including Synthmaker). This is part 3 and we will have a look at ALU and FPU parts of CPU which let us manage individual 32bit variables, including managing arrays….

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  • How to use Assembler? part 2: Basics and SSE
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    This article will come in 4 parts and will cover everything you will ever need to know about programming in assembler in Flowstone 3.0.5 and lower (including Synthmaker). This is part 2 and it will cover the basics of assembler and SSE instruction set. To use assembler in Flowstone insert an assembler component into your…

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  • How to use Assembler? part 1: introduction
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    This article will come in 4 parts and will cover everything you will ever need to know about programming in assembler in Flowstone 3.0.5 and lower (including Synthmaker). This part will cover the introduction to assembler.  How your mom does math and how your computer do it Everybody who ever used a computer noticed the…

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  • Debugging in Flowstone.
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    Debugging in Flowstone is one of the areas that has been quite neglected and we are forced to rely solely on the “ad hoc” method of adding trigger counters, float primitives and watch statements ect scattered all over to look at values of interest. Which is fine but it is a very primitive way of…

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