Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: [linux-audio-dev] music engine

From: Dan Easley <daneasley@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Thu Apr 06 2006 - 21:21:17 EEST

On 4/6/06, Steve McConville <mcconville.steve@email-addr-hidden> wrote:
> Have you already considered Csound5 (with the new API and python
> bindings)? And if so, what is it lacking for your needs? I'm genuinely
> interested in similar sorts of things. Also, is FreeWheeling the
> successor to Fluidsynth?

No, it's a live looping tool that can sample and repeat loops on the fly.

It does have an interface for controlling fluidsynth built into it.

I think I'm more or less doing what Patrick wants by using
freewheeling in conjunction with jack-rack, qsampler, specimen, etc.,
but it sounds like he wants control over it all from one application,
or perhaps something scriptable, whereas i'm alt-tabbing like mad in
the middle of performance, and may actually be the human equivalent of
what he wants.

i'm imagining csound or pd to be the way to go.

dan@email-addr-hidden dan@email-addr-hidden
Received on Fri Apr 7 00:15:04 2006

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