[linux-audio-user] Looking for high quality samples for Linux

Marcos Guglielmetti Gmail marcospcmusica at gmail.com
Mon Jun 5 19:59:52 EDT 2006

El Domingo, 9 de Abril de 2006 09:51, stuff at trackingsolutions.ca escribió:
> Well... after spending 2 week researching and building my hardware and
> software and spending $1000 I have the following:
> - Demudi 1.2.1
> - AMD 3200 + XP (NVidea)
> - 1 GB RAM
> - M-Audio Audiophile 2494
> - Yamaha P-70 keyboard
> - Recompiled kernel with "Complete Preemption (Real-Time)" turned on
> - Priorities set for my card and jack
> - 0 XRUNS! Finally! That only took me a week!
> I am at the stage now where I need to make my wife (the composer) happy. We
> are looking for the best quality orchestra samples that we can run under
> Linux. I have been referred to several samples that apparently cannot run
> in Linux due to the fact that the sound is processed by Windows apps first
> and the samples themselves do not sound that good.
> What is our best route to take in solving our problem?


Freepats it's working in that, you can help by making sf2 files :D


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