Thank you, for that tip.
I recently installed Hydrogen. Decided to give it a try, instead of my
favorite drum module, for live performance. I recently purchased a
Mackie Blackjack. It sounds great and does not tax my box to use it. So,
I decided to try a software drum and see how it all goes.
My drum module is sampled drum sounds at 24-bit. I am wondering just how
real of a sound I will be able to get from Hydrogen. Have you had really
good results with Hydrogen?
My long term hope is to integrate it into my Rosegarden world, and have
all of my instruments under 1 roof.
Stephen H. Dawson
On 04/07/2013 06:28 AM, D. Michael McIntyre wrote:
> I have a vague memory of some discussion and/or maybe even a bug report
> where some user's Hydrogen-based work was getting garbled after a distro
> update. I seem to recall Rosegarden got implicated, and after I
> investigated, I blamed Hydrogen.
> Long story short, I'm messing with Hydrogen at the moment, and I noticed
> when I'm playing it with my MIDI keyboard, notes are only sounding for
> as long as I hold the key down. That's odd. That's new!
> In Hydrogen, Tools -> Preferences -> Midi System -> [x] Ignore note off
> does the trick, and returns Hydrogen to the behavior we all remember
> from yesteryear. I just thought I'd pass this nugget along...