[LAU] Midi Channels and DSSI Synths

Sean Bolton musound at jps.net
Fri Dec 21 11:21:53 EST 2007

Hi Miguel -- try using ghostess (http://home.jps.net/~musound/) as your 
DSSI host -- you can use the '-chan' option at launch to set the MIDI 
channel of each plugin instance.


On Dec 19, 2007, at 10:42 PM, Miguel Penene wrote:

> Hey, today I was messing around with seq24 but I couldn't figure out 
> how launch multiple dssi plugins mapped to independent midi channels.
> I'm using jack-dssi-host to launch the plugins but I don't see an 
> option to make the synth only listen to specific midi channel a la 
> ZynAddSubFX.
> Any Suggestions?
> BTW, you can check out what I did with Seq24 here.  There are a bunch 
> of audio breaks, damn system. Starts off slow but then gets 
> "interesting."
>  http://eckz.zapto.org/eckz/seqmadness.mp3
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