amSynth is lightweight enough to run on a netbook. It's not especially deep
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On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 5:07 PM, James Stone wrote:
> Does anyone have any suggestions? Ideally should be lightweight (capable
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On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 5:07 PM, James Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Does anyone have any suggestions? Ideally should be lightweight (capable=
of running on an old eeepc 701), lots of control possibilities (interact w=
ith controls via midi knobs), rock solid stable, possible to recall state f=
rom command line.
Not all of these are essential but I would like it to start up and inter=
act with my kb without too much typing on-stage!
I do have a real soft spot for whysynth but the midi learn and recall of=
state seem tricky/impossible with ghostess?
I would also like suggestions for organs (Beatrix?), electric pianos, ro=
mplers.. I am seriouslh considering a solid state keyboard or sound module,=
but it seems it should be possible with linux...
Suggestions for reasonably priced hardware (2nd hand?) Options would als=
o be interesting...
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amSynth is lightweight enough to run on a =
netbook. It's not especially deep but still has enough versatility to a=
dd to your live toolkit. I usually map all controls to a single program on =
my novation controller which gives full knob per function interaction for l=