I'm trying to connect my e-drums Yamaha DTX multi 12 on Debian Stable
via USB (that transmits MIDI signal) but the system doesn't recognize it
How I can check where the problem is or read a good documentation about
it? maybe debian stable doesn't have drivers for this device?
Thank you very much
You may be in a similar position to me, where for some time you've been
hacking away at Hydrogen for your drumming needs, but then along comes the
excellent Salamander Drumkit by Rytmenpinne in all it's .SFZ glory.
There are some great Hydrogen kits available like the two GSCW's and
Big Mono, but when I first heard Rytmenpinne's Salamander examples I
had to have a go.
I use Ardour3 for all the heavy lifting for my recording, but switching to
it from Hydrogen for hand-programming MIDI drum patterns has been for me,
a little clunky. So just yesterday I set to the task of getting Hydrogen
to talk direct to Linuxsampler (via Jsampler/Fantasia) in order to get the
Salamander kit singing. I didn't actually know how to do it, but the
qjackctl showed me a jack-midi hydrogen-out connection so I realised the
capability was in there somewhere.
The results are available here:
http://www.box.com/s/c0ee8662168a273ae474 - The linuxsampler .lscp file
http://www.box.com/s/6a9073928d1853952b13 - The .h2drumkit file
http://www.box.com/s/d6731d2515d335f149af - The .h2song file
http://www.box.com/s/e273e7fc8646c7ca3c9d - And an .ogg example
http://soundcloud.com/stuzz/hydrogen-salamander - The same .ogg example
For the .lscp file I only used Salamander's "All.sfz" file, and I *think*
the only tweak you'll need to get it to work is your location of that
file. Although, even though the JACK connections are specified in that
file aswell, they don't seem to auto-connect, so you'll need to do that
I haven't investigated completely, but the 2 .h2 files are there because
1) The .h2drumkit contains the 30 instruments in the kit, and what I named
them, and 2) I'm pretty sure the MIDI-out note for each instrument is
stored in the .h2song file, and not the .h2drumkit :(
With any luck I'm not Pat Malone in my drum recording workflow, and this
will help others.
Last summer I tried making some electro with Linux, and here's the result I
got. It's overcompressed (brick waveform hehe) and really not that worked
through, but perhaps it can give someone pleasure!
This project was one of those that got lost in "evolvement", you find new
tools and evolve as a producer or whatever. I just felt that I'll never
finnish this without completely remaking the tracks, so instead of just
letting the exports sit around in my computer I figured I might share it
with all of you =).
Both tracks were mixed in ardour2, sequenced in mainly seq24 + hydrogen,
with some synths from LMMS, and various other instruments.
Anyway, maybe someone can find it atleast interesting to have a listen to!
2012/3/31 Giso Grimm <gg3137(a)veri.net>
> On 31.03.2012 07:35, Raffaele Morelli wrote:
>> cassiel@jimi:~/src/tascar-0.1.**1-r150$ make
>> make -C build -f ../Makefile libtascar.a libhos.a hos_sphere_amb30
> g++ -Wall -O3 -msse -msse2 -mfpmath=sse -ffast-math -fomit-frame-pointer
>> -fno-finite-math-only -L./ `pkg-config --cflags libxml++-2.6` -c
>> ../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc -o libhos_sphereparam.o
>> In file included from ../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc:**29:0:
>> ../src/libhos_sphereparam.h: In member function ‘void
>> ../src/libhos_sphereparam.h:**89:38: error: ‘lo_address_set_ttl’ was not
>> declared in this scope
>> ../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc: In constructor
>> ../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc:**275:34: error: ‘lo_address_set_ttl’ was
>> declared in this scope
>> ../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc:**278:81: error:
>> ‘lo_server_thread_new_**multicast’ was not declared in this
>> make: *** [libhos_sphereparam.o] Error
> do you have liblo installed? Which version? You might have to add
> something like
ii liblo0-dev 0.23-2.2
Lightweight OSC library -- development files
ii liblo0ldbl 0.23-2.2
Lightweight OSC library
ii liblo7 0.26~repack-7
Lightweight OSC library
> CXXFLAGS += `pkg-config --cflags liblo`
where should I add this?
I've added it at the end of Makefile and...
make -C build -f ../Makefile libtascar.a libhos.a hos_sphere_amb30
hos_sphere_xyz mm_file mm_gui mm_midicc mm_hdsp hos_visualize
hos_visualize_sphere hos_oscrmsmeter hos_marker2osc hos_markerbroadcast
hos_sendosc mplayer_jack_transport tascar_jpos_fix tascar_jpos_gpx
tascar_multipan tascar_jackio tascar_draw tascar_gpx2csv
make: Entering directory `/home/cassiel/src/tascar-0.1.1-r150/build'
make: `libtascar.a' is up to date.
cc -E -MM -MF libhos_sphereparam.mk ../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc
g++ -Wall -O3 -msse -msse2 -mfpmath=sse -ffast-math -fomit-frame-pointer
-fno-finite-math-only -L./ `pkg-config --cflags libxml++-2.6` `pkg-config
--cflags liblo` -c ../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc -o libhos_sphereparam.o
In file included from ../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc:29:0:
../src/libhos_sphereparam.h: In member function ‘void
../src/libhos_sphereparam.h:89:38: error: ‘lo_address_set_ttl’ was not
declared in this scope
../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc: In constructor
../src/libhos_sphereparam.cc:275:34: error: ‘lo_address_set_ttl’ was not
declared in this scope
‘lo_server_thread_new_multicast’ was not declared in this scope
make: *** [libhos_sphereparam.o] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/home/cassiel/src/tascar-0.1.1-r150/build'
make: *** [all] Error 2
*L'unica speranza di catarsi, ammesso che ne esista una, resta affidata
all'istinto di ribellione, alla rivolta non isterilita in progetti, alla
protesta violenta e viscerale. (V. Evangelisti)
As requested, I have put all of the synth patches I used to use for live and studio work, up on GitHub:
They're for AMS, PHASEX, and WhySynth, which were the main non-sample-based synths I used.
Many, if not most, of the patches were based on one preset or another that came with the synths, so I'll guess they should be licensed the same as the synths, which IIRC was GPL. Sorry to be so murky about it, but I just don't remember.
In any case, clone away, and enjoy.
the initial release of tascar is now available:
TASCAR (Toolbox for Acoustic Scene Creation and Rendering) is a
collection of tools used for dynamic acoustic scene generation with
several multi-channel panning techniques. The toolbox was originally
developed for a concert project with low-delay spatial audio
presentation of acoustic sources. Currently the toolbox is extended for
use in hearing research at the medical physics group of the
Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg, Germany.
The focus of this toolbox is on acoustic scene generation and content
creation. It is published in the hope to be useful, but as always
without any warranty. Continuous development is expected within the next
years. The license is GPL and LGPL.
Any feedback is welcome.
The submission closes on April 1st. So here's your last chance to 8
seconds of fame:
**Create a soundtrack for the LAC 2012 video-trailer**
We are going to prefix the video-recordings of this year's LAC with a
short intro. Currently it is silent: http://vimeo.com/37900660
Details to answer the call, as well as information about the video can
be found in README.txt that accompanies the video-file:
looking forward to /hear/ from you,
I'm looking for a good audio distro for a GUI-minded friend. I thought, that
Ubuntu Studio was the one, but we didn't really find something like a live-DVD
for that. My question: If I'm right and it really is Ubuntu Studio, that I'm
looking for, could someone recommend a good place to get a live-DVD.
If my memory betrayed me, could someone tell me, which musically advanced
distro I might choose instead. Kepp in mind: My friend wants a live-DVD to
start with and he's very much GUI minded and would like something, that is as
reliable as could be without much effort. So something, which will just boot -
in normal cases - and might even have JACK running from the start would be
I know, I could probably research all that, but I'm so out of this field,
that it would take me ages to sift through all those GUI-heavy distros, which
I always avoided like the devil. :-)
Warm regards and thanks
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I'm trying to source a used Multiface 1 to use with HDSPe ExpressCard.
The manual for the Multiface says that some functions can be contolled
using any MIDI controller by sending appropriate note on/off messages.
I'd like to be able to select mixer presets on the Multiface with some
small box with buttons.
Does anyone know if this MIDI control works/can be set up on Linux?
Anyone knows whether this control works entirely in hardware or needs
software involvement to receive MIDI and control the dsp mixer?