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Device Overview

Name/Version: Oblique 1.3.3
Author: bastienhild  
Description: Oblique Strategies (subtitled Over One Hundred Worthwhile Dilemmas) is originally a deck of printed cards created by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt and first published in 1975. Each card offers an aphorism intended to help artists (particularly musicians) break creative blocks by encouraging lateral thinking.  

Device Details

Downloads: 1374
Tags utility, other
Live Version Used: 9
Max Version Used: 6
Date Added: Feb 27 2014 18:07:58
Date Last Updated: Jul 04 2015 12:39:30
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Device Type: audio_device
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License (more info): Attribution

Device Files

Device File: Oblique 1.3.3.amxd
 


Comments

Absolutely love the deck!

Hiya,
Is the idea for the latest releases that I am to supply my own text file of choice? I noticed that only 1.3 still functions when I drop it into a track.
I enjoy it plenty-I look at it on my Templates master track, delete it, then I'm off to the races...
:)

Hi bastienhild,

I'm still getting buttons for "read from a text file" following this "template".
The last version to include an oblique deck for me was 1.3
Do I have the right of things? Should I be looking for my deck of choice at this point, or am I not saving the files from your download link correctly/completely?
Cheers

Hi Braduro,
Many thanks for your feedbacks.
Yes I stopped including the original "oblique strategies" deck in my patcher because of copyright wonderings.
That is the reason why you have to load your own external text file in the last versions, and so each time you load the device. I am currently working on a new version in which you will be able to save the custom text file within the device.
From now on, you can also open the device, replace the content of the template "coll" by the text of your choice (following the specific "coll" syntax) and then save the device.
Cheers

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