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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As recent PCs have no joystick port, my DA-15 adapters are not
much good any more. Guess it's purchase time again. While I'm at
it, I'd like more ports.
I gather that these days, instead of standalone MIDI matrixes, you
have multi-port boxes that have built-in MIDI matrix functionality
and a USB port so they can double as a MIDI interface for a PC. Is
that right ?
The Edirol UM-880 looked good and was supported by ALSA, but it's
not made any more and used ones don't seem to be so common. What's
still in the stores is :
- MOTU MIDI Timepiece (around 600 EUR)
- MOTU Express XT (around 400 EUR)
- MOTU MIDI Express 128 (around 200 EUR)
For the price, I'm guessing the Express 128 does just I/O, not
matrix functions. What else is there to know ?
I've heard complaints about the latency of the MOTU interfaces.
How is it under Linux ?
Is the MIDI Timepiece worth the extra money over the Express XT if
all you're doing is talking to synths and maybe a Syncman
Are there any other 8-I/O port interfaces still being made ? Or
good ones that are out of production but available on the used
Thanks for helping me catch up with the last fifteen years.
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I may need to buy a cellphone soon.
But I'm a militant Free Software zealot so I refuse to spend any money on anything that isn't open and free, which is one reason why I've resisted cellphones for such a long time.
But it seems like there are a few options now for Linux-based phones, so I'm looking around.
Alas, OpenMoko looks the most promising, but they're out of stock, and, AFAICT the "phones" still can't make or receive calls yet. Oh well.
The Google initiative seems stalled to me; and also I'm not so sure about the licensing.
This PurpleMagic looks interesting though:
But I haven't found a lot of technical info on it yet.
Anyone messed around with these? Any pitfalls to look out for?
The OpenMoko has USB so I was looking forward to maybe using it as a softsynth and playing shows with it. The Purple Magic doesn't have any such thing though.
i was just sorting out some of the vastness of junk that accumulates on my
system and i ran across these knob animations. i made them a while
ago but never did anything with them.
i called it a dot knob because rather than displaying some sort of
radial meter (in addition to the position indicator), the value is
indicated by the intensity of a dot in the center.
there are two variations, the first uses colour intensity, the second
it's very small, which can be useful. it also gives a very good instant
impression of the overall state of the controls. i'm not entirely convinced
that it's practical to use though.
still, you can find them here:
i setup phasex to use them and shot down some screens:
i haven't got any idea what kind of licence is appropriate for
3d source files or the resultant animations, at least not with
regard to how they interact with software licences, so they are
Saw this come across the CDM feed today, and was hoping someone could help
me track down a similar app that'd work under Linux; I'm interested in
sequencing a collection of sounds in a semi-random rhythmic fashion -
Anything ya'll know if that'd fit the bill?
I'm also interested in software at all along the lines pseudo-random /
glitchy / fractal / math inspired music.
Any ideas how to get Freecycle working with Ubuntu or Debian? Built from
repos; I can't get any sound. I've seen an unresolved post where someone
got no sound with Jack, and Freecycle is reported to not work with
the latest version of Alsa, (I tried it with Jack 0.109 without success
-- didn't show up in Jack). The display works fine; functionally it seems
ok apart from jack-all sound.
Would really love to use this as it seems to have some great features not
available elsewhere, and wot I need.
I apologise if this has been mailed before but I thought I should share.
Cool thing. Downside is that it requires Flash. Another downside is that on
Linux, at least on my system, the other flash objects linking to more tests
(rhtyhm, pitch etc) don't work. Anyway, the main one is fine.
My advice is to not take it seriously (relax, just go with the flow). That
way the result is more accurate (and natural) since in real situations we
won't be analysing every tune real-time.