[LAU] ZynAddSubFx and sequenser
Svend-Erik Kjær Madsen
sv-e at sv-e.dk
Mon Aug 10 02:30:01 EDT 2009
Leigh Dyer skrev:
> Most Linux sequencers focus on recording and playing entire songs,
> rather than triggering simple patterns. seq24 is the closest app I've
> seen to a hardware-style step sequencer, but I'm not sure if it has the
> ability to trigger sequences based on MIDI key presses.
> Something you might have fun with is an arpeggiator -- these let you
> play a chord on your keyboard, and convert that in to an arpeggio
> pattern on-the-fly. I'm not sure if there's a good software arpeggiator
> for Linux, but many MIDI keyboards and controllers (including my Yamaha
> CS2X) have one.
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Thanks so far, I want to use the synth sounds as a supplement to the
instruments I already master playing, I can give you an example of a
song I already produced with standard patches from ZynAddSubFX and mixed
in with my other instruments, WARNING this link is a flashplayer:
This link is same song for direct download:
But because I did not knew howto change speed and attack and so on, I
had to base the whole rhythm on the delay speed in the ZynAddSubFX
patches. What I need is at way to make sounds which suite my needs and
then be able to manage them to match beats, drum figures and riffs I
work with on new projects.
Thanks again and in advantage.
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