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IMPORTANT: To install on Windows 7 & Vista. Right click the installer and select "Run As Administrator". Please note that this app is for Windows platform only.
Make sound art and music controlling pitch, volume and six other characteristics of the sound: LFO speed and depth, modulation frequency and ratio, reverb and waveshape. The subConch offers versatile mapping of cognitive and affective properties to the various synth properties. It also offers a special performance mode where the user can change properties using facial expressions. Other features are: training of the cognitive actions, profile saving and loading, and visualization of the sound and contact qualities. Connects to headset, control panel or composer.
Reviews gmac, 03/16/2013 01:11:17Can you please confirm your operating system, whether 32 or 64 bit and any other info? You will need to run the application in 32 bit compatibility mode if you have a 64 bit system. You can send Mats (the author) a private message or email using the links to the bottom left of one of his posts. Robert Vaughan, 03/14/2013 22:22:49Running SubConch for the first time, hit the save button, and program crashed. received this error
Unhandled exception at 0x7767e23e in QtConch.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x0427c63c.
Mats Sivertsen, 12/05/2012 19:18:01Dear Gaurab,
I only just found out about this – sorry for the late reply. You must download and install this fixed version of the vc-redist from Microsoft: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/downlo...x?id=26347
Then it should work!
Gaurab Sarangi, 10/23/2012 14:45:41I have the exact same problem as Robert. Widows 7 64 bit.
But I couldn't fix it. The setup for subConch was trying to download Visual C++ update named kb2467175 unsuccessfully.
When I went to the corresponding webpage to manually download it said the file has been upgraded and hence removed.
I work with Linux and am not very conversant with Windows, especially Windows 7 which I am using for the first time in my life.
Is there a fix?
Thanks in advance.
Mats Sivertsen, 06/29/2012 15:31:51Actually, you might have accidentally canceled the Visual Studio reconfiguration macro that runs upon install. This macro updates the .net and c++ libraries automatically.