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nahe - Not Another Hammond Emulator!

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nahe - Not Another Hammond Emulator! It attempts to recreate the sound produced by the early Hammond tonewheel organs, specifically the B3 and C3 models.

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    Hi, I am writing here since I could not find any other option. I have downloaded your project, managed to compile it (with some very minor adjustment) on Debian, and it event runs. But when I press any key I can hear nothing. So my first question is: Is it supposed to produce any sound at this moment? The question may seem silly, however, I had recently tried to compile some simple samples for ALSA, and I could not hear any sound. So I ask to know whether should I fix my ALSA problems first, or is it expected behavior of this stage of nahe. Otherwise I found the project extremely interesting, there is certainly lots of work behind it at the moment. And I have some ideas how to improve it. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to pavel at Thanks, Pavel

    Posted 01/16/2016
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Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

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C, C++



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