[linux-audio-user] MusE and zynaddsubfx
emillo at libero.it
Fri Feb 18 07:55:20 EST 2005
venerd?, 18 febbraio 2005 alle 12:38:27, james at dis-dot-dat.net ha scritto:
> On Fri, 18 Feb, 2005 at 09:55AM +0100, Emiliano Grilli spake thus:
> > venerdì, 18 febbraio 2005 alle 08:30:31, james at dis-dot-dat.net ha scritto:
> > > Quick question: How can I control parameters of zynaddsubfx from
> > > within MusE? Is this even possible?
> > >
> > > I've only just started playing with MusE, after many years of trackers
> > > since I gave up Windows and VST. So far, it looks nice, but if I
> > > can't control the parameters of my synth, then I might as well go back
> > > to tracking, since being able to adjust sounds during atrack is the
> > > one thing I really miss.
> > See http://zynaddsubfx.sourceforge.net/doc_3.html on what parameters are
> > bound to which MIDI controller.
> > MusE already includes an intrument definition for zynaddsubfx, so if you
> > select it from Settings->Midi ports/soft synths->Instrument, you should
> > be able to draw these controllers in the controller edit window of the
> > piano roll (click on bottom left "ctrl" and select "add new...")
> Hmm. I can get the control at the bottom, but drawing doesn't do
> anything except on the volume control. It's grey. I added an
> explicit filter q event in the event list, which stopped it being
> grey, but I still can't draw on it. Any ideas?
Use the pencil tool and press shift while drawing.
For fine adjustmente, set snap to "off"
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