Jesusonic
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Jesusonic is a fully programmable effects processor for guitar, bass, vocal and general use.

Using the Jesusonic, you can combine any number of effects in whatever order you choose. Effects can interact with eachother (for example, a volume detection effect can trigger a tremolo effect), or with the user (you can assign triggers to effects like loop samplers, for example). A wide assortment of built-in effects are included and available on our site.

Once you have a group of effects set up how you desire, you can save that group to a "preset", which can be recalled instantly at any
Requirements
PPC, G4 processor, Mac OS X 10.2 or later



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Slash_Gordon reviewed on 01 Jan 2006
A fool has said in his heart... nevermind. Hallejulah for the program...
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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Jul 2005
Personal faith is the way a person makes sense of this world- labelling himself or herself as a follower of a religious ideal [as being "truth"]- in the worst case scenario... it serves as a placebo for the inevitability of the ending of this life. It is an inalienable right to have a personal perspective on this- and the developer's right to name it what he wants.

...and my right to say "ALLAHU'AKBAR!" ;)
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qubex commented on 13 Jul 2005
You're perfectly right: the name is offensive. Damned Christians and their holier-than-thou attitude! Why didn't he call it Buddasonic or Mohammedtronic?

Fundies. Damn them all.
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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Jul 2005
Thanks for this free app with a good name!
Love it! Jesus forever!
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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Jul 2005
Oh, it sounded cool. But a terminal app, that means I have to read the docs. I couldn't even do the one thing I know how to do in the terminal, 'exit'. I don't have the time or motivation to figure out how to use this app effectively.

People who are offended by the name are offensive to me.
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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Jul 2005
The name rocks! Whats with the taste of people nowadays? Also a useful program, to boot.
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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Jul 2005
Name is blasphemous to most people.
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Anonymous commented on 13 Jul 2005
Keep it in church
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Anonymous commented on 13 Jul 2005
How ridiculous! Jesus is a proper name - and still is in Latin societies. How on earth is that blasphemous? Additionally, anyone subscribing to a 2-millenium-old religion in this era should be whacked....
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Anonymous commented on 13 Jul 2005
The joke flew over your head at the speed of sound.

It WAS a joke, you know? See the name associated with the post? Pat Robertson? He's a well-known false prophet/nutcase of the so-called 'religious right' in the USA.
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Anonymous reviewed on 13 Jul 2005
Offensive name.
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Version Downloads:1,474
Type:Multimedia Design : Audio
License:Free
Date:13 Jul 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Jesusonic is a fully programmable effects processor for guitar, bass, vocal and general use.

Using the Jesusonic, you can combine any number of effects in whatever order you choose. Effects can interact with eachother (for example, a volume detection effect can trigger a tremolo effect), or with the user (you can assign triggers to effects like loop samplers, for example). A wide assortment of built-in effects are included and available on our site.

Once you have a group of effects set up how you desire, you can save that group to a "preset", which can be recalled instantly at any time. Presets can store as much state as you like, so if you record a loop of a riff you like, you can save it and every time you load that preset it will play.

When you feel like you have exhausted combining the many included effects, and want to come up with something completely ridiculously new and never-done-before, you can make use of your keyboard, and write new effects (or take an existing effect and customize it). Using the integrated code editor, you can actually write simple code that will be compiled into fast machine code on the fly, letting you quickly try out effect ideas and push the realm of possiblity even farther. You can do all of this--without having to stop for any reason. While you edit the code, the effects still run. When you want to try your code out, hit one key and within a small fraction of a second you are hearing results.


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