[linux-audio-user] Re: Gneutronica-0.33 release
perodog at gmx.net
Tue Jul 4 04:56:49 EDT 2006
all right, thanks for your help guys, the last suggestion sounds for me
mostly interesting, since i dont have any hw-synth here, so i got finaly
smack making sound now, for the fisrst time.
in the moment, there are sn808 and sn 909 running, triggerd by gneutronica.
i ll experiment with this now for longer and make some more comments,
thanks a lot for the support and cheers,
ps. i think it is not very easy to handle with, but enormous sound!
Loki Davison wrote:
> On 7/4/06, Stephen Cameron <smcameron at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> --- Dragan Noveski <perodog at gmx.net> wrote:
>> > ok, thank stephen, downloading and compiling works good now,
>> > but when i start from xterm "gneutronica", i get th eprog started, but
>> > there are no audio outputs on it (and also only midi outputs), so
>> > arranging the instrument seems to be easy, but playing the loop, no
>> > is there another way to start?
>> > what am i doing wrong?
>> Nothing, you aren't doing anything wrong.
>> Gneutronica is strictly MIDI, there is no audio output. If you want
>> host-based audio, you need to run a MIDI controllable softsynth, (e.g
>> fluidsynth is one I've messed around with successfully) and find some
>> percussion sound fonts, and drive the softsynth with gneutronica.
>> Or, load some soundfonts into your soundcard, and drive that
>> via MIDI. You will want to make a drumkit file, if the soundfont
>> doesn't conform to GM (General MIDI) drum mappings.
> You might also be able to drive a certain drum synth....
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