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ZynYoshControl

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ZynAddSubFx and Yoshimi midi control

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This program was created to provide a way to interact with the sound effects of those two synthesizers : ZynAddSubFx and Yoshimi, from a real midi keyboard, or any midi surface controller or any midi device or software able to connect to a Jack system and send Midi messages.

For now, only the effects levels can be modified. All the other parameters need to be adjusted as usual in the software interface.

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User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2013-10-29

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