[linux-audio-dev] Re: [linux-audio-user] [music] some tracks i did the over the last months....
listuser at patrickkidd.com
Tue Feb 22 19:39:08 UTC 2005
I've been working on the "beat-matchable" realtime sequencer concept for a
while. It's a tough problem. Writing something like Reason or Fruityloops
(which has such an arpeggiator) after you have a decent sequencer library
like alsa's, or rosegarden's shouldn't be too difficult.
On Wednesday 23 February 2005 09:48 am, Dave Robillard wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-21-02 at 09:15 +0000, Steve Harris wrote:
> > On Sun, Feb 20, 2005 at 10:10:43 +0100, torbenh at gmx.de wrote:
> > > hi...
> > >
> > > work and fst continued, and i was able to test some vsti synth.
> > > i am totally flashed by arpegiators and i ask myself if we have one for
> > > linux ?
> > >
> > > does dssi provide for tempo sync stuff as required be arpegs and
> > > adjusted delays ?
> > Other than the stuff you get from MIDI, no.
> > It would be a candidate for well-known ports in LADSPA I guess, tempo and
> > sync ports. There aren;t many tempo based effects in LADSPA or DSSI
> > though.
> (Brought over from LAU)
> I've been wondering about this (Om will have a [jack] transport module)
> - what would the ideal ports would be.. BPM? ms/quarter note? bar
> length (in what unit?)?
> Personally I use more low level things and use math plugins (to set,
> say, delay time in ms) so it doesn't matter to me much, but what would
> be most useful for higher level DSSI plugins that do automatic "tempo
> sync" ala what some vsts seem to do?
> I was thinking "ms/note" (leaving "note" up to interpretation) and
> "notes/bar" perhaps? It would be nice to come to an agreement to avoid
> another V/Oct vs Hz nuisance.
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