In the spirit of "release early, release often," I am pleased to
announce the release of Composite 0.006. This release marks the
completion of the LV2 Sampler Plugin, which supports Hydrogen drum
Composite is a project with a large vision. Here is the status of the
composite-gui: Alpha (i.e. "a broken version of Hydrogen")
compoiste_sampler (LV2): production/stable, no GUI
libTritium: Not a public API, yet.
Plugin Docs: file:///home/gabriel/code/composite-planning/plugins/sampler/1
HOW TO USE THE PLUGIN
To use the plugin, you need the following:
* A program (host) that loads LV2 plugins.
* A MIDI controller.
* An audio output device. :-)
The following LV2 hosts are known to work with this plugin:
The following is known to _not_ work:
zynjacku (Uses a different MIDI port type)
If you don't have a hardware MIDI controller, I suggest using
The first time you run the sampler, it will create a file
~/.composite/data/presets/default.xml, which will set up presets on
Bank 0 for the two default drum kits (GMkit and TR808EmulationKit).
Sending MIDI PC 0 and PC 1 will switch between the two kits. See
composite_sampler(1) for more information on setting up presets.
With this release, I would especially like to thank:
Harry Van Haaren - For help with testing. This release has much
more polish because of you.
David Robillard - For general help with Ingen and LV2. I also
stole a lot of great design ideas from Ingen.
Gabriel M. Beddingfield
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