DrumGizmo 0.9.20 Released!
DrumGizmo is an open source, multichannel, multilayered, cross-platform
drum plugin and stand-alone application. It enables you to compose drums
in midi and mix them with a multichannel approach. It is comparable to
that of mixing a real drumkit that has been recorded with a multimic setup.
This release was originally intended as a bugfix release, but quite a
few features also managed to find their way in.
Noteworthy bugs that has been fixed:
* Software regression error in cymbal choke code has been fixed. So
now choking of cymbals using both directed chokes and after-touch midi
events work again as expected.
* A compilation error due to an update in LV2 API (we used an
obsolete LV2 type) has been fixed, so now compilation should work for
* Code can now properly be compiled with NSL support disabled at
* Compilation with the modern gcc-11 compiler has been fixed.
As usual read the detailed description of all the new shiny features,
see the detailed changelog: .
And now, without further ado, go grab 0.9.20!!! 
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Does anyone here know how to manually align sonic-visualizer files? I
have a session with four files, and I want to move where the fourth file
Thank you very much for your time and help,
I'm a disabled musician who plays keys with one hand. I'm looking for ways to enhance my playing. I've written some hacky stuff in python (using http://chordrecognizer.sourceforge.net/) and a standalone c piece for arduino that can recognise a chord and spit out a root note in a lower octave. It works but it could be improved.
The next thing I would like to accomplish is to re-voice a triad over a few octaves, for example move the middle note up an octave.
I guess it would involve some kind of array and timing function or I could send different notes out to pre transposed synths and be meticulous in my playing techniques to make sure the notes are well ordered.
I have tried mididings but the project seems slightly abandoned and the relevant module VoiceFliter doesn't seem to function the way I expect in the version I have
I was asking Robin about his x42 plugins and he said there were some users on this list who have come up with some creative solutions for augmenting their playing.
I'd love to hear what people have come up with to get some ideas.
I apologise for the over all nebulous nature of this. I'm still working on defining the tasks that I think could help me musically.
Thanks for your time.
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Will a Yamaha expression pedal work on a non-Yamaha MIDI keyboard? It uses a stereo 1/4" plug.
David W. Jones
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