Qsynth plays soundFont banks (sf2). More often then not, these would contain
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What does Audacity do? Would it be helpful in my above recording activity?
> and also between Timemachine and Ardour?
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ld it be helpful in my above recording activity?
What does Qsynth do that ZynAddSubFX doesn't?Qsynth plays soundFont banks (sf2). More often then not, these would cont=
ain sound libraries (banks) with sounds ordered following the MIDI standard=
(Pianos, basses, strings etc ). These sf2 fonts can be either downloaded f=
or free from Internet (http://tinyur=
l.com/ycnkkal) or purchased (htt=
p://tinyurl.com/yaeo4d9). Bad, good and better imitations of real instr=
ZynAddSubFX generates its own sounds using sophisticated tone-generators.
=A0What is the difference between Jamin and GCDMaster?Jamin is a Mastering program. Once you have recorded your midis =
on Rosengarden using either Qsampler for soundfonts or ZynAddSubFX as sound=
engines, and you have composed your drums in Hydrogen, and recorded your v=
ocals/guitars in Ardour, you want to make a nice balance of the recording, =
and even it out dynamically and frequency-wise (make a Master recording). S=
o you run all those apps through jamin, and record its output as a track in=
say, Ardour. You put this track in GCDMaster to get it ready for burning o=
Jamin has a compressor and EQ, GCDMaster doesn't. =A0a=
nd also between Timemachine and Ardour?
Time machine is a basic recorder of everything that=
goes in or out of jack. Ardour is a multi-track recorder, DAW. <=
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