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(@glenjdiamond)
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I went to this page...

https://github.com/pluginguru/unify-batch

and am interested in taking a look at how the PatchReformer works.

 

I also downloaded JUCE to C:\JUCE on my windows 10 laptop and am able to run the "projucer",  but I don't really think that I need to run that!!!

 

My question is...

How do I run the PatchReformer?

There is a file called "PatchReformer.jucer" but my Windows 10 doesn't know what to do with it ?!?!?!?

 

any assistance please!!

 

kind regards

Glen

 

 

 


   
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(@getdunne)
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@glenjdiamond

The GitHub link is for the source code, which is only of interest to programmers wanting to study or modify the code. You don't need JUCE unless you want to modify and rebuild the code (and are highly experienced with C++).

You can download executable versions using these links:

The GitHub pages include usage instructions for each program. For Patch Reformer, see https://github.com/pluginguru/unify-batch/tree/main/PatchReformer and scroll down to "Using the program".


   
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(@glenjdiamond)
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@getdunne Thanks.   The link I had was given to me from John!  Maybe he isn't aware that the executables are on a dropbox!  Thanks.


   
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(@getdunne)
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Posted by: @glenjdiamond

@getdunne Thanks.   The link I had was given to me from John!  Maybe he isn't aware that the executables are on a dropbox!  Thanks.

That may be my fault. I gave him the GitHub link when he first asked about it, then remembered that most people will want the executables.

 


   
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