Fwd: [linux-audio-user] Free-as-in-freedom B3, other than Bristol?

Petter Sundlöf petter.sundlof at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 05:22:30 EDT 2007


azr3 ported to lv2 by Lars Luthman is the best choice. it requires LV2
and JACK MIDI. sure, it's a bit of a pain to set up, but it's
definitely worth it.

http://ll-plugins.nongnu.org/azr3.html

2007/3/20, Ken Restivo <ken at restivo.org>:
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> Is there such a thing as a free-as-in-freedom alternative (no matter how paltry) to the Native Instruments "B4"?
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> I tried Bristol and... it looks gorgeous but IMHO sounds way too thin and cheezy.
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> There seem to be dozens of soundfonts out there with B3 sounds, but the ones I've tried so far aren't very good. The free GigaSampler/LinuxSampler B3 samples I've found are even worse.
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> If there's no good tonewheel simulator, are there any recommended good free soundfonts of B3 sounds? Samples made with Leslie are useless to me, since I'll simulate that using LADSPA plugins. If I go the soundfont route, I'd just need samples of the organ line-out.
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> - -ken
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