On Sunday 24 June 2007 16:12, Abrolag wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Jun 2007 01:56:42 +0200
> Nigel Henry <cave.dnb2m97pp@...> wrote:
> > btw. thanks for the bassoon patch. You posted one before that, but I
> > can't find it. Could you post it again. Offlist is ok.
> > Nigel.
> Hi Nigel,
> Sorry it's taken me so long to respond. I've been away on holiday :)
> I think the one you're referring to is 'Bright Synth' which is best
> used for slow sweeping synth effects. I've attached it to this reply so
> hopefully it will get through.
> If you ever want to get my complete collection I keep it on my website
> It gets all my recent updates, and is a zip file simply because just
> about anybody should be able to unpack it.
> Incidentally, I don't know if you e-mailed me direct but nothing got
> through to me :(
Hi Will. Yes, that's the patch that I couldn't find. Thanks for the link to
your patch collection. I think I have all the patches that various folks
have provided in the last few months. I've put them in named directories, so
that I know whose they are.
How do you go about making new patches? Do you start a completely blank sheet,
with no sound, or do you use an existing patch, and alter it so that you get
the sound you're looking for?
I wish there was a good tutorial for creating patches. For example. How do
create arpeggios, and sequences?
I did post directly to you, as well as the list, because I had problems
posting using the address that I was subscribed with. That had been working
ok, but on other Sourceforge hosted lists I had to use a different address,
as there were problems with mailman otherwise, and the posts were being
rejected. I've now changed my email address to the ZynAddSubFx list to the
address that the other Sourceforge hosted lists are accepting. The problem
has gone now, and my posts are getting through.
btw. Hope you had a nice holiday.