Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] virtual sampler
From: Ben Saylor (bsaylor_AT_macalester.edu)
Date: Wed Mar 20 2002 - 23:24:41 EET
Yes, building a sampler in Pd is fairly straightforward. You can then
do a lot of interesting things with it - much more than a traditional
sampler would allow!
(such as having a sample frequency-modulate itself :-)
On Wed, Mar 20, 2002 at 07:28:18PM +0000, matt yee-king wrote:
> Nick D wrote:
> > On Wed, 20 Mar 2002 16:11:20 +0000
> > matt yee-king <yeeking_AT_no-future.com> wrote:
> > > wondering if anyone knows of a midi controllable virtual sampler?
> > I wish! we're seriously missing a quality, usable sampler.. (unless ive simply not found it yet...).
> > I was planning on writing one once amSynth has gone a bit more stable. but obviously it'll be a while yet before something usable comes through..
> yeah - certainly a hole in the market...
> i imagine it might be possible to build a sampler in pd - anyone tried
> also dave of SpiralSynthModular fame is working on a new sampler plug in
> that sounds pretty tasty...
> btw nick - i haven't got round to installing alsa for my non-smp kernel
> and testing amSynth... when i do i'll tell you. probably nothing to do
> with that like you said, but worth a look.
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