CBPSC: Update to 0.1.2

The second iteration (0.1.2) of the CBP for SuperCollider includes a new NRT (non real time) analysis routine that runs much, much faster. There is a drawback to this new approach: SC hangs for a second or two for long files (> 30 seconds on my machine). However, this is much better than having to wait for the file to be analyzed in real time. The new approach creates raw analysis files (*.md.aiff) alongside the audio files. These files can be thrown away after segmentation. In a later version, SC will copy these files somewhere other then the audio file’s folder and reuse them in certain cases or automagically trash them...

The next version (0.1.3) will include a number of small fixes, new features, and tutorials, mainly involving scripting.|

The second iteration (0.1.2) of the CBP for SuperCollider includes a new NRT (non real time) analysis routine that runs much, much faster. There is a drawback to this new approach: SC hangs for a second or two for long files (> 30 seconds on my machine). However, this is much better than having to wait for the file to be analyzed in real time. The new approach creates raw analysis files (*.md.aiff) alongside the audio files. These files can be thrown away after segmentation. In a later version, SC will copy these files somewhere other then the audio file’s folder and reuse them in certain cases or automagically trash them...

The next version (0.1.3) will include a number of small fixes, new features, and tutorials, mainly involving scripting.

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