[linux-audio-user] Re: SpiralSynthModular help
loki.davison at gmail.com
Sat Mar 11 19:00:04 EST 2006
On 3/12/06, Hiram Abiff <domain.admin at online.ie> wrote:
> Quoting Joseph Jones <bumpycarrot at gmail.com>:
> > Hi gang, new to the list, please be gentle :)
> > I just installed DeMuDi, and to be honest, I'm a bit of a n00b so far
> > as music goes, other than being able to play bass and guitar (which,
> > in my opinion, don't expose the player to much of the musical world so
> > long as they can read guitar tab).
> > So anyway, I've been messing around with SpiralSynthModular a bit,
> > since I didn't like the constriction of sample-based synths, and I'm
> > basically having trouble stringing together a chain. Indeed, I feel
> > that I'm falling at the first stumbling block. I can get output from
> > SSM, but it's only a very loud, constant tone. I've got my midi input
> > hooked up to an oscillator (I think this is where my problem is) and
> > then my oscillator hooked up to my jack output.
> > I'm guessing that my problem is that I'm pumping midi data into
> > something designed for... something else? I dunno.
> > If someone could tell me which pieces do what, or point me in the
> > right direction, it'd be a great help :)
> > Sorry if this gets asked a lot or if I've missed something blindingly
> > obvious (like a manual ;) ).
> > --
> > Joe Jones
> have you tried Om synth?
> Ffrom the SSM page:
> " Note: Sadly Spiral Modular is not under active development and hasn't
> been for some time. I'm busy on other projects now, and ssm lives on as
> the core of this. Otherwise, Om synth has a similar methodology to ssm,
> but has a more modern design and is under active development."
Om is great use it! ;-)
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