[linux-audio-user] status of ams

Nick Copeland nickycopeland at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 8 11:34:08 EST 2007

> > do you think there is a place for a softsynth that would be
> > modular but with a fixed set of modules, everyhing controlled from
> > one window, no patch cables, only 'hardware controls' such as
> > sliders and switches, each one assignable to MIDI, and of course
> > uncompromising audio quality ?
> > In other words a synth that would be easy to use and optimised for
> > 'live' work, sort of a MiniMoog on steroids ? Polyphonic of course but
> > not multi-timbral - just start two or three of them if you need that.

The Bristol 2600 does this, you either use the default patching, or you can 
repatch it with cables. The cable patch layer is a transparency and you can 
toggle with the 't' key between opaque and transparent to either hide the 
spaghetti when programming or show the layer when you are repatching.


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