[linux-audio-user] Advice for new users?
dave at pawfal.org
Thu Oct 10 12:58:01 EDT 2002
> On Thu, Oct 10, 2002 at 12:10:11 +0100, Dave Griffiths wrote:
> > I like galan a lot too. I should really install one of the latest versions, I
> > haven't tried it for a while.
> > The only thing I didn't like was the seperate control and audio connection
> > types - but that's one of the reasons I made SSM the way it is.
> And a great thing it is too.
> The other thing people should learn from CV sytems, is that frequency
> is best represented as octaves, eg. 1volt (or 1.0f) per octave.
FWIW: In SSM the whole frequency range maps from -1 to 1 - so an un amplified
oscillator modulating another oscillator sweeps the entire range.
This could be changed now, as the signals no longer get clamped to that range.
It would throw off all the FM synth patches I have though :)
On another note, does anyone use Beast/BSE? [http://beast.gtk.org/] It looks
promising, but development seems to have been quite slow. Might be worth
looking at for the people who were after a buzz substitute.
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