[LAU] Hydrogen --> Linuxsampler+Salamander Drumkit
stuzz78 at yahoo.com.au
Thu Apr 5 10:52:14 UTC 2012
On Thu, 05 Apr 2012 18:29:31 +1000, thijs van severen
<thijsvanseveren at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2012/4/5 Leigh Dyer <lsd at wootangent.net>
>> On 5/04/12 3:29 PM, Stuzz wrote:
>>> On Thu, 05 Apr 2012 04:36:50 +1000, alexander <axeldenstore at gmail.com>
>>> Good job on thatone! I didn't realize hydrogen could send midi, now if
>>>> it can send CC messages too somehow(for the hihat), you'll be able to
>>>> have all functionality of the kit! that would be pretty golden..
>>> Glad you approve Alex.
>>> The CC messages you're referring too... That has something to do with
>>> how open, closed or inbetween the hihat is, right? If so, I'm sure
>>> that'd be handy to sort out as well, but I don't think Hydrogen is up
>>> the task (but happy to be proved wrong).
>>> For me though, I'd be hard pressed to find a requirement for that much
>>> nuance on a hihat for a regular drum beat.
>> Without that, I think all of the hats you'll get from Hydrogen will be
>> closed hats (well, apart from the pedal hat, which is on its own key),
>> since you need to send a CC value to get the semi-open or fully-open
> Hydrogen indeed doesnt support sending CC messages, but you should be
> to work something out using the mute groups (see
> if you put the different hh sounds in separate instruments and assign
> 3 instruments to the same mute group you can simply create a pattern
> you can use all 3 sounds
In the context of sending midi-out from hydrogen to another sampler, mute
groups are ignored. As is the 'swing' knob on the mixer window. Humanize
velocity and timing still seem to work though.
More information about the Linux-audio-user