Re: [LAD] Devs needed for opensource virtual analog softsynth idea

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To: Jens M Andreasen <jens.andreasen@...>
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Date: Saturday, January 8, 2011 - 10:08 am

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On Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 3:27 AM, Jens M Andreasen
wrote:

>

Sorry, I'm not experienced with all the terminology. In this case a "synth"
would be a voice, and a synthblock is simply a voice with some added
book-keeping data. It is essentially just a node of a linked list. It's
just weird, because sometimes it behaves as a singly linked list, and
sometimes it behaves as a doubly linked list.

Jeremy

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On Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 3:27 AM, Jens M Andre=
asen <jens=
.andreasen@comhem.se
> wrote:

On Fri, 2011-01-07 at 01:57 -0500, Jeremy wrote:

> Also if you're looking for a channel stealing algorithm, try this:=

> the type of a synth engine is "synth"

> typedef struct _synthblock {

>

What is a "synthblock" here? Is that what is otherwise refe=
red to as a
"voice" (complete with 2 oscillators, envelopes and filter.)

Sorry, I'm not experienced with all the terminol=
ogy.=A0 In this case a "synth" would be a voice, and a synthblock=
is simply a voice with some added book-keeping data.=A0 It is essentially =
just a node of a linked list.=A0 It's just weird, because sometimes it =
behaves as a singly linked list, and sometimes it behaves as a doubly linke=
d list.

Jeremy

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Re: [LAD] Devs needed for opensource virtual analog softsynt..., Krzysztof Foltman, (Thu Jan 6, 10:59 am)
Re: [LAD] Devs needed for opensource virtual analog softsynt..., Jeremy, (Sat Jan 8, 10:08 am)
[LAD] Voice assign and stealing, Jens M Andreasen, (Sat Jan 8, 3:51 pm)