[linux-audio-dev] Drum synth

Robert Jonsson rj at spamatica.se
Sat Sep 18 18:39:51 EDT 2004


lördagen den 18 september 2004 23.51 skrev Dmitry Baikov:
> > > Hydrogen sounds like what you need:
> > > http://hydrogen.sf.net/
> >
> > not exactly, but is the best candidate i can think of for such a
> > feature as being dicussed in this thread... i mean hydrogen could do
> > quite well with some synthesis channels using the interface it has
> > allready.
>
> As far as I understand... Hydrogen is sample-player + drum-sequencer.
> Do we need a kitchen sink there?
>
> For me it would be better to have a separate drum-synth. So I can
> drive it with seq24.

As far as I know you can drive Hydrogen just fine from seq24. You don't have 
to use the internal sequencer unless you want to.

If you really want to have a simple solution, dig out some drum soundfonts and 
load them into fluidsynth.

>
> > Comix what do you say? :)
> > show us the modular API to hook sample channels in hydrogen! :))
> >
> :)
>
> It's time to port Stomper...I suppose.

That would be a nice project, yes.

/Robert

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