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:
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On a new machine I thought I give Ubuntustudio a try and it seems that
the lowlatency performance is much worse when the one of 64 Studio
(booted from a live cd) on the same machine. So it needs some tweaking,
are there any advices with UbuntuStudio? I read some past threads and
they deal for instance with changing the priorities of jackd and the
audioapplications but that improve the situation only slightly. I really
wonder about the magic of 64 Studio...
On the Ubuntuforums, which are a great resource even for Debian related
stuff anyway, there seems no talk about lowlatency settings, it concerns
only a minority.
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Well, name says it all, what do people like for an audio player?
I read this blog post and was wondering if there is something he
missed as i have somewhat similar experiences,
I've been using audacious and amarok and both seem to have there
problems. Amarok makes me think too much about searching and freaks
out parsing a lot of my collection and seem really, really stupid in a
few ways. Also i don't like it how it can't just play from the
collection, i.e when it finishes that album, just go onto the next,
etc. Audacious is ok in a no organisation at all way. I like all my
music to be easy to search and there is 200gb of it.
Aqualung seems technically just what i want, but the interface is not
my taste. I find it really ugly and a bit unfriendly.
So what are the options?
> On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 11:43 PM, naysayer <gateswideopen(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > hi crew...
> > i have just been looking at the benchmarking stats for reiser4 and it looks
> > pretty cool. i was wondering if there is there is any reason to implement
> > this kind of file system in multimedia environments. i current have my
> > root/system partition as reiserFS and my home partition as ext3. i find this
> > to be quite efficient but perhaps if there would be an improvement to
> > recording stability and speed, then perhaps it could work well with apps
> > like ardour. although, reiser seems to be happiest with small files, reiser4
> > claims to be more efficient than ext3.... or that could be just spin.
> These days the choice of filesystem should make no significant
> difference. Certainly it won't matter if an -rt kernel is used.
Well, doesn't reiserfs use quite a lot more cpu than ext3? I think
that may make a significant difference...
ANyone used one of these with linux? Couldn't find it's usbid online --
what I want to know is is it worth getting, as in is it supported, have
people found it useful as a controller probably for hydrogen or midi
into specimen? I'm definitely getting a BCF2000 this or next week, but
found a cheap M-Audio and have seen them in action for drums. Haven't
found anything on google yet; if someone does want to point out that I'm
misusing google in this case then I sincerely apologise.
Has anyone here successfully loaded the "factory preset" patches for
Malte Steiner's Minicomputer synthesizer ? I use the Import Sounds
button, it appears to load the minicomputerMemory.txt set but none of
the individual patches appear in the patch list (the entry box labeled
I've failed with 1.0 and 1.1. Any suggestions ?
I'm really happy with Korg padKontrol which is similar and has x-y pad for flams and rolls.
Plug it in, jack sees it straight up.
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I've to find out specimen cause many people seems to use it. But I can't
find a clear documentation...
1. What can I do with Specimen?
2. Is it comparable with linuxsamplers gigedit?
3. Will Specimen make a soundfont? Or a other file?
4. What is a bank and how can I get one?
5. What is a patch and how can I get one?
6. How can I convert wav -> to 'specimen file' (there was a script some
time ago on the list?)
7. IS it possible with specimen to make a soundfont, or do I need a
other program for that?
Thanks in advance,