[linux-audio-dev] Ultramaster Juno6, anyone?
marpet at naex.sk
Sat May 29 15:00:53 UTC 2004
it wasn't GPLed by its original authors, but it might be that it's been
acknowledged from the original authors since this would be a breach of
the original enduser license shipped with the source code.
I'll keep you updated.
On Sat, 2004-05-29 at 10:35, Joern Nettingsmeier wrote:
> great to see this cool instrument gpl'd.
> Frank NEUMANN wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > some might remember that two years ago (or so) there was a nice (though at
> > that time closed-source, I think) software synth for Linux called Ultramaster
> > Juno 6, a faith reproduction of the Roland Juno 6. At some point this project
> > disappeared from the websites. When I talked to Marek Peteraj earlier this
> > year, he mentioned to me that he attempts to convince the developers to release
> > it to the public. And right now, while "proofreading" Ico's paper
> > for the next ICMC I found that it has been open-sourced this year and is
> > now available here: http://sf.net/projects/juno6
> > That's the old source code from 2000, and people have started converting it
> > into a VST instrument recently.
> > I just wonder if anyone has already begun with attempts to e.g. jackify it
> > or otherwise fixing it up for e.g. ALSA Midi input etc. Looks like a very
> > nice small to medium-sized project..
> > Greetings,
> > Frank
> > PS: If this has been brought up here before - sorry.
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