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In Topic: How to make CLDC with four guitars in EOF

25 August 2019 - 10:35 AM

Thanks @coldrampage!

In Topic: Latest EOF releases (1-14-2020)

23 November 2018 - 02:56 PM

Wow, yes EoF runs on macOS Mojave!


Edit: I tried an old project first (that I've run with Wine) and seemed like editing worked. When trying to create new project the guitar.ogg gets created into "/Applications/<artist> - <title>" and EoF doesn't find it. I'll try to edit the created eof.cfg to get the paths right.


Edit 2: I tried to put the source wav to my eof/<artist> - <title> directory and choose option use existing folder but I got the same issue that guitar ogg is not found. I couldn't find a way to trick EOF to work for start from scratch.