[linux-audio-user] softsynth for keyboard sounds

Arnold Krille arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org
Wed Feb 2 09:17:37 EST 2005

On Wednesday 02 February 2005 15:01, Peter Lutek wrote:
> would someone please recommend a softsynth which includes fm capability
> and is efficient enough to run with MINIMUM 16-note polyphony (preferably
> more), for use as a keyboard sound source (esp. as a rhodes clone). alsa
> modular synth seems to make jack's cpu usage runaway when started with
> decent polyphony and anything more than a trivial patch.

zynaddsubfx might be what you are looking for...

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