This is Steinway_IMIS soundfont, version 2.2.
This version fixes the issue with loops. I hope this is the good one
and there are no more remaining major bugs.
Marcos is a little busy right now, so he asked me to make this fix. He
is thinking to make other improvements, so expect more updates soon.
Does anyone know of a good plugin that will generate subharmonics?
I would like to put a little more low frequency "oomph" into my bass
track. Preferrable LADSPA, but VST would work, too.
Thanks for any help!
following a basic rule for open source project "publish early and often" I
release the very first (but quite feature-rich) version of TapStart to the
TapStart is a basic tempo-measurement where you tap some beats and get the
(averaged) tempo displayed. But there is more to it:
- TapStart also updates the jack-tempo (if a running jack was found during
startup) and can even start the jack transport after a defined number of
taps. This is implemented for using this thing in jam-sessions to get a
click/drum-computer to play in a tempo not known before.
- TapStart can also send OSC-messages with the tempo/delay-value as argument
to any gives host and path.
You can find more information on its page at
ofqf (http://www.arnoldarts.de/drupal/?q=node/573) is needed for the osc-part
and has to be installed beforehand.
The direct-link to the source package is:
Hi, I am a .signature virus. Please copy me into your ~/.signature and send me
to all your contacts.
After a month or so log in as root and do a rm / -rf. Or ask your
administrator to do so...
OK, Linux synths are great. And yes, if many ways they are.
Although recently I got a M-Audio Prokeys88 and I swear the Warmpad
sound in there does not have any equivalent in richness in what I've
heard so far in Linux soft synths.
If you do have an close-sounding Linux soft synth sound, let me know,
I'd be very interested in hearing it.
That makes me tend to believe that hardware synths sounds are still
leading in quality, deepness and richness. Any other opinions ?
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This is the AZR3 plugin, being played live, using the Elven LV2 host:
The laptop is to the image left, off-camera. There was an actual real Hammond B3 sitting there at this club... and I was given permission to use it, but I had all my other patches set up on my laptop, so I stuck with what I know works.
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The developer of the shell-fm software just gave me a clue as to why it is so painful to try to play anything through stdin with mplayer: apparently mplayer does aggressive caching and won't start playing until it gets some large amount of input first.
shell-fm has an "extern" function that'll fork off a process to play through an external player, but it won't work because mplayer is expecting to grab quite a bit of the stream.
The config.xml file for AVSynthesis includes a setting for the window size :
width="1280" height="1024" fullscreen="false"
Alas, setting it to anything other than the current screen dimensions
results in a non-start. The program simply reports that the requested
screen size can't be created.
From what I've learned so far, it appears that I need to set modelines
for other screen dimensions. The modelines are *not* the same things as
the Mode settings in the Screen section of xorg.conf, but I'm not clear
on how to find what they should be or how to enter them into xorg.conf.
Btw, I do have various modes set in my Screen section, but that doesn't
seem to matter to AVSynthesis. I'd like to resolve this problem, because
AVS saves its rendered files in the current screen size (1280x1024), and
I'd like to save them in a smaller size.
So once again I turn to the deep minds of LAU for assistance. Any
suggestions ? The cards and monitors in question are:
GeForce 7300GS with Envision EN-910e (JAD)
GeForce 7600GS with Sony Trinitron E200 (64 Studio)
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Kjetil S. Matheussen wrote:
> > david:
> >> David Griffith wrote:
> >>> On Sun, 4 Nov 2007, ANDERSON GREGORY
> >>>> I am looking to buy a MIDI keyboard controller but I
> >>>> having trouble coming up with a site that has
> >>>> compatibility
info on it. Could someone point me in the
> >>>> right direction?
> >>> Any MIDI keyboard will work as long as you have a MIDI interface that
> >>> works. Trickiness comes into play with USB/MIDI keyboards. Those
> >>> essentially USB/MIDI interfaces tucked into a keyboard. As
>>> previously-discussed here, USB/MIDI devices may or may not work with
> >>> Linux. Roland/Edirol and Korg are two brands known to work.
> >> When ALSA isn't fighting over which sound card to load in which order
> >> my system, the E-MU Xmidi1x1 works just fine.
> > In your
modules settings file (mine is /etc/modules.d/alsa), set:
> I don't have
an /etc/modules.d directory. I have an /etc/modprobe.d
> > alias snd-card-0 snd-<card1>
> > alias snd-card-1 snd-<card2>
> > etc.
> I found a file called "sound" in the modprobe.d directory. It already
> had an alias setting snd-card-0 to the intel sound driver. So I added
> alias to it for the snd-usb-audio. Restarting only brought up error
> messages about usb device 2,2, and killed both the USB<>MIDI adapter and
> my external flash card reader. So I decided to go the other way -
renamed the sound file to something else and restarted again. Then
> So far, audio has been working since then, but won't really
know for awhile.
> Running GNU/Debian Linux ...
> authenticity, honesty, community
> Linux-audio-user mailing list
the vendor and product IDs from lsusb and lspci to give each alsa driver an
index number to make sure that each driver gets put in the same spot each
in my modprobe.d/alsa file I have:
options snd-usb-audio index=1,2,3
I don't know how to switch to a personal bank
directory. File->Settings->Bank root dirs->Make default is not working
here. Is the only way to work with my own banks to make...
Writable by the user running zynaddsubfx?
Any ideas welcome.
Ismael Valladolid Torres GnuPG key: DE721AF4
http://usuarios.lycos.es/ivalladt/ Skype: ivalladt