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Hi -

I wondered if there was any possibility of making a standalone version of Aalto so it can run without a host? I'm a big fan of doing sound design at work when i'm supposed to be working, and it's much easier to get away with it if I only have to close down a single app rather than Logic when my boss comes over to ask me what I'm doing.

I'm completely in love this synth by the way; it's taken a couple of nights to get used to it but already it's opened up a whole new palette of sound to me, and I want to have its babies. Can't wait for the updates!

it's much easier to get away with it

I wondered in the part why anyone would want a standalone app. I can't argue with this reasoning! LOL. I will put a standalone on the to-do list.

In the meantime I would suggest using a super light AU host like Apple's AU Lab.

ahahaha I do the same thing with the Granite standalone demo at work... just load a sound and play a little and make a drone.. headphones on.. get bored with work... fiddle some more..

+1 on the standalone

It's great to just start a program and fiddle away...

Anyway a standalone would really be amazing for this one...

I'm still waiting on the VST for win btw..

Heeeelpp meeeee!!!!

though "good things come to those who wait" ...