[linux-audio-user] Your synth wishlist?
hanaghan at starband.net
Fri Jul 30 17:35:14 EDT 2004
On Fri, 2004-07-30 at 13:48, Mathias Lundgren wrote:
> fre 2004-07-30 klockan 22.24 skrev Steve Harris:
> > On Fri, Jul 30, 2004 at 09:44:18 +0200, Mathias Lundgren wrote:
> > > If linuxsampler provides the same gui/engine separation as fluidsynth
> > > does it wouldn't be difficult to wrap it up with M.E.S.S or DSSI and
> > > throw it into MusE or RG, together with a bank of good drumsamples and
> > > some preconfigured "drumkits". Not to mention all the other fun things
> > > you would be able to do... I don't know much about linuxsampler though,
> > > does anyone know how it will work with LADSPA-fx, routing and midi? Will
> > > it provide send-fx that could be controlled via midi, for different
> > > channels etc etc or? Hmm, better check the archives...
> > linuxsampler does have gui/engine speration. It speaks a custom protocol,
> > but its wrapped in a library, so its not too much of a pain.
> Just had a _very_ short look (and that look looked quite good ;-). I
> guess it wouldn't be a problem to control it, but to wrap MESS on top,
> you need to be able to get the audio output (to feed it further into
> MusE). Perhaps another backend is needed for that. Didn't look that deep
> though to see how tricky that would be. Ah, well. Not today.
I had a quick _poke_ around the linuxsampler website too. It DOES look
Will 128 separate samples need to be loaded for the GM instrument set?
Plus rythym samples for each individual piece of the drum kit? Be that
the case it will be cumbersome...
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