I moved the forum to a new domain so if you had it bookmarked you will have to edit the saved bookmark's address or re-bookmark it. A while back I had to place an access password on
the forums in order to combat the 100+ posts a day by spambots. It's really unfortunate people unleash those things on the internet but they must get some kind of profit from it or they wouldn't bother. The access password is easily found on the forum itself, just read the relevant post in the News & Announcements room at the forum itself. Once you enter the password the forum will leave a cookie on your computer (if allowed) and you won't have to enter it again so long as that cookie remains. If you previously had entered it you will have to do so again since the domain the forum is on has changed.
As should be evident, I spent the last weekend re-designing the site. I decided it was time to let go of the simple one-page design that has been the MPS Resource Center's trademark one-page design. I like this better, I hope you all do as well.I acquired a new web counter service since the previous one seems to have disappeared. I'm pretty sure the last hit count I saw was over ten thousand, but I set it back to 8000 because I just can't quite remember where it was at when the counter service died.
Nigel Spencer has updated the SynthZone link to this site. After five years, the link no longer lists this as "a new site looking for contributions". The MPS Resource Center is no longer new, but I am always glad to receive member contributions.
Great news from Jesse Wolfe! He has clued me in to a java application called JsynthLib which supports the MPS as a patch librarian, a bank librarian, and even patch editing! Even better, it's open source. See the links page to visit the JsynthLib site.
In a minor note the FAQ has been updated and edited a small bit.
It is possible all further
news and such will appear in the forum.
Next we have a very exciting
and special gift. The MPS Resource Center is honored to present to
Lastly I have hypertextualized
an old review I found on Usenet years ago. It was a write-up by someone
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