Nick Lanham wrote:
Hm, i'm sceptic about this point... This code duplication seems to be
quite an overhead. If you go into every detail of drumkit management,
you end up with re-writing a lot of hydrogen classes in plain C. Is that
really worth the effort?
Why not improve the drumkit editing abilities of hydrogen? Or create a
dedicated drumkit editor on top of hydrogen's codebase (imho, hydrogen
is not really user-friendly enough when it comes to kit-creation...) ?
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