Final Scratch is made by Stanton Magnetics. Two pieces of time coded vinyl control your audio files.
All Files are here. Available Bits:
Tune Mover is a testbed for ideas I have about mp3 analysis and organisation. It's page is here.
|An Important note on versions|
This application is only designed to operate with the 1.0 version of Final Scratch.
If you do not have Final Scratch and the 1.0 version of the Final Scratch Software, this software will be of little or no use to you.
Screenshots and full information on this page.Summary Feature List
The latest readme is here. It may be more up-to-date than the downloadable exe by a version.
Many people have said nice things about this app. Comments collected here. (most from here)
There's a set recorder too, more of a proof of concept than anything else. See this forum for details of use (search for setboy). I will do readme's later. A directory of bad samples here.
I installed final scratch on a Red Hat 8 Linux installs, and took a few shots and wrote up my experiences.
A document in progress, includes contributions.
A document in progess, includes a sample wav and mp3.
New: A scratch record biased calculator is in the works. An early version is here.
Maybe not as clear as it could be, but its a start.
A few pix from Khris.
Mirrored here after the death of itbitch.com.
This version does not have the on/off buttons for decks. Some people experience hangs when these buttons are pressed.
Only reccomeneded if your comfortable copying files around etc.
You con download it here
There's a pair of mailing lists, one for announcements about releases and another for discussion on possible interesting hacky things to do with final scratch.
You can sign up here: http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=70378
a little tool to expand final scratch database files. It produces output like
The second example failed to stripe.
Here's a doc describing the FSDB format.
And just to be selfish, here's the list of stuff I do when I do a release.
Try CVS if you're a coder. New members welcome.
Oh here's a picture of the fs cd adaptor.
Flat Feet Pete