ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Mon Feb 8 06:07:16 PST 2010
This is an outdated list, but you can expect that most of those
applications are available for most Linux distros.
Btw. do you use Linux?
Brett Clark wrote:
> I use Rosegarden for my MIDI software as its jack capable so you can
> redirect inputs/outputs and sync it with the jack transport to keep it
> in time with Ardour. To make noise, Rosegarden has SoundFont
> capabilities and/or you could also pipe the MIDI to zynaddsubfx
> (synth) or qsynth (fluidsynth soundfonts frontend). All of these are
> jack capable, so you could pipe them to an Ardour track for recording.
> Oh, and they’re all open source too.
> Hope this helps.
> *From:* ardour-users-bounces at lists.ardour.org
> [mailto:ardour-users-bounces at lists.ardour.org] *On Behalf Of *martin
> *Sent:* Monday, February 08, 2010 7:21 AM
> *To:* ardour-users at lists.ardour.org
> *Subject:* [Ardour-Users] Midi
> I realise that Ardour is likely to include MIDI support in the next
> version, and so this (technically) isn't an Adrdour related question
> Do any of you use a MIDI keyboard with OPEN SOURCE software?
> I just bought a nice KB37 keyboard, but really use it. I need
> something that will let me play it and make sounds that I can record.
> One of my problems is terminology, i know, I dont know what this is
> called & it makes it hard to google it (not through lack of trying
> though, i hasten to add).
> Thanks for your time,
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