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    Default Abstract Test

    Here's an experimental abstract I made tonight. I haven't scanned it yet, but I ran it thru ild-sos and it looked pretty neat. I am working on beam effects, but some are accidentally turning into abstracts
    -Mike
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    Looks great! Thanks

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    Cool, there is definitely room for further development of abstracts that are not built using oscillators.

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    Hey thanks! This one came out of a test program I am playing with- that uses a software based oscillator of sorts. It keeps time with the PC's cpu, and generates basic waveform values relative to time & selected wave type.
    Here is where I found the original code- it is a fantastic example:
    http://www.codeproject.com/KB/miscct...Generator.aspx
    I have acheived some very funky effects by compounding multiple signals upon an object. It is still in the works, but I'll keep ya posted as things come along

    -Mike


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