On Tuesday 29 June 2004 10:24 am, Chris Cannam wrote:
> * More soft-synth work. We can actually play through them now, but there's
> still no way to select them in the first place...
I think I'm missing the underlying point of what you're doing here. What do
you mean by "soft synth?" I take it to mean the likes of QSynth or Hydrogen,
and I'm not aware of any problem playing through such things, so I infer you
must mean something else entirely.
Not to annoy you while you're working, mind you, but if "soft synth" can mean
more than one thing, I might need to massage my nomenclature again; hence my
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From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2004-06-30 08:32:21
On Tuesday 29 Jun 2004 20:05, Silvan wrote:
> On Tuesday 29 June 2004 10:24 am, Chris Cannam wrote:
> > * More soft-synth work. We can actually play through them now, but
> > there's still no way to select them in the first place...
> I think I'm missing the underlying point of what you're doing here. What
> do you mean by "soft synth?"
Hosted soft synth, i.e. plugin. I'm working on DSSI synth plugin support
(http://dssi.sf.net/) to go alongside the existing LADSPA effects plugins.
In the GUI these will be referred to as "synth plugins" -- the term "soft
synth" will continue to refer to an external program like QSynth or Hydrogen.
I'll be posting more information about this as it starts being actually usable
(which was supposed to be last week, but events intervened again).
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