MIDIPP - music production with FreeBSD?!
Hans Petter Selasky
hselasky at c2i.net
Sun Nov 25 19:11:37 UTC 2012
On Saturday 24 November 2012 20:51:19 Juergen Lock wrote:
> In article <201211241707.28230.hselasky at c2i.net> you write:
> >I just want to share some music created by the same fingers which write
> >all of my code :-) No sure if I have a natural talent, but seems like
> >MidiPP is able to get the best out of me:
> >Software used:
> >- FreeBSD 8 stable
> >- ZynaddSubFX - latest version
> >- JACK
> >- MidiPlayer Pro
> I just committed your update to 1.0.17 btw...
> >- VirtualOSS - used for recording everything (no port yet, see the I4B
> Is this needed or could jack also be used for recording?
I wrote this simple tool to be able to handle more than stero. The device I've
got provides 7+1 channels playback and recording. I didn't check if jack
supports that. Also there are some problems with audio delay and such when
using jack. Probably not configured properly. And I needed to have control on
sample rate drifting with regard to input and output. VirtuallOSS is using
cuse4bsd to provide a non-resampled audio device.
> >- Audacity - mixing the recorded output
> >- Sox - recording 4x 2ch stereo
> >Hardware used:
> >- Yamaha P160
> >- Fastrack Ultra R8 (USB version)
> >- MacBook Pro
> >- USB MIDI Adapter
> I like it! :)
> >Next question up:
> >Are any text-writers hanging around on these lists?
> >Hope you will be inspired to make music [using MidiPP] aswell.
> There also is Ardour 3 which I probably should port another snapshot
> of some day...
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