[linux-audio-dev] Drum synth

Dmitry Baikov dsbaikov at gmail.com
Sat Sep 18 22:17:30 UTC 2004

Sorry, sent personal emails instead of list. Reposting...

> Hydrogen sounds like what you need:
> http://hydrogen.sf.net/

Thank you. I know :) But hydrogen just uses samples.
I can download TR-909 or TR-808 samples and use them in Specimen (or
Hydrogen). The thing is to generate my own different(!) sounds. The
only thing I know for now which can help is Stomper, but it does not
work under Wine :(
Drumatic-VST also segfaults.....

> > 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.

> Comix what do you say? :)
> show us the modular API to hook sample channels in hydrogen! :))

It's time to port Stomper...I suppose.

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