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GameSoundCon Next Week

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I will be at Game Sound Con next week for both days showing new Wwise integration to anyone who wants to see it.
Hit me up if you are coming also and want to do a sit down!

This event is growing each year, so stop paying insane hotel prices for GDC and S.F. and make this your yearly stop instead.
This conference is 100% audio all the time!  Nothing else to water it down  ;-)

Cya there!
Steve Tushar

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Mojave Important Info:

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Thinking about upgrading to macOS 10.14 Mojave…
See our Mojave Statement page for all the info regarding version 4.x and 5.x.
https://www.baseheadinc.com/mojave

For people that hate to read, the quick answer is DON’T DO IT YET!
wait until the first 5.1 release before you do.


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SoundBytes Mag Review of version 5.x

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Still need more convincing to upgrade to version 5.x Ultra?

Vincenzo Bellanova just reviewed BaseHead 5.x for Sound Bytes Magazine.
http://soundbytesmag.net/review-ultra-5-x-from-basehead/

Check it out! 8)
Steve

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BaseHead 5.1 with Wwise 2018.1 WAAPI Integration!

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Announcing Wwise 2018.1 WAAPI Integration!

This new integration between Wwise and BaseHead via WAAPI gives you the ability to send Wwise audio objects back and forth to BaseHead. Most all parameters, regions, loop points and FX recall when sending objects between the programs allowing you to make changes and replace the object in your Wwise project with ease.

Check out the preliminary info here and to see a rough demo of this new feature in action coming this week in the first beta for version 5.1 PC and then for macOS in a few weeks.
https://www.baseheadinc.com/waapi

for our Japanese speaking users
https://www.baseheadinc.com/waapi-jp

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BaseHead In Shanghai And 5.X For Mac Released

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Victor and I are out at ChinaJoy in Shanghai taking meetings right now lowering property value....haha
So, if your around, send me a message to meet up for a drink or two or fourteen  ;-)
We are only here till the 6-7th so hit me up now if your around so we can meet up.


BaseHead Mac: 
The official release date for version 5.x Mac is August 1st (yesterday)
We have hundreds of users already using it with minimal bug reports and tickets open so it's time to release it to the masses.  Plus it gives me and Vic something to celebrate while in Shanghai since we only see each other every 2-3 year.   

Free and discounted license info to 5.x Mac:
If you bought a NEW 4.x license in the last 3 months then your get a free upgrade and if your bought a NEW 4.x license within the last 6 you are entitled to a 50% off upgrade.
So to clarify, the date on your order for your NEW 4.x license needs to be May1st to August 1st for a Free upgrade
and people Feb 1st to April 30th for 50% off.

if you fall into this window with a NEW 4.x license send us a License Request  and choose 'Replacement License' and enter in your order details there.
If you don't, just think of it this way....BaseHead makes a really great tax right off   ;-)
and nice thing about 5.x is you'll get 12 months of free updates now included!

 

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Setting up a Raspberry Pi license server for a CodeMeter CmStick.

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Many users in the past asked me if it it's possible to hang a CmStick on a NAS to avoid having a fully blown always on PC/Mac hosting this LAN based dongle.
The problem with NAS units is they don't have a version of Linux on them your can install the CM Runtime onto.

Fortunately a $35 Raspberry Pi unit does!

BaseHead user Antonio Muñoz got it working and shared his experience for others to benefit from.  Head over to this ARTICLE to get all the 411 on how to do it yourself with his help   ;-)

 

 

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