Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc..

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Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 12:40 pm

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On May 14, 2013 5:23 AM, "Leigh Dyer" wrote:

for (the Salamander Grand Piano and Drumkit, Sonatina for orchestral
sounds, setBfree for organs); I'd add the jRhodes3 soundfont and (to a
lesser extent) the MDA ePiano plugin to the list for electric piano.
with it here:
http://wootangent.net/2013/04/ludum-dare-26-anti-minimalist-music-and-sa...
you're Doing It Wrong :) If you want a good workhorse for typical synth
sounds, TAL NoiseMaker is a great option -- it's easy to program, sounds
great, and comes with a bunch of presets.
and LV2 plugin) -- they both combine simple sampling with a more complete
synthesis engine (envelopes, LFOs, resonant filters, etc.). Neither will
let you create an instrument that uses a bunch of different samples, but
they're very useful for turning a plain sample in to a more expressive
instrument.

Great ideas. Thanks! Didnt realise petri-foo is so advanced!

I guess one issue I have is that in the computer it takes ages to load
different instruments (relatively) - and my lovely gig pianos are so big it
is hard to load much else.. definitely not great for getting some
quick.ideas and testing out different sounds...

Seems like there might be a market for a soundfont or sfz player that also
has synth capabilities ....

By the way, do you have any recommendations for places to get soundfonts?

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On May 14, 2013 5:23 AM, "Leigh Dyer" <lsd@wootangent.net> wrote:

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tion for (the Salamander Grand Piano and Drumkit, Sonatina for orchestral s=
ounds, setBfree for organs); I'd add the jRhodes3 soundfont and (to a l=
esser extent) the MDA ePiano plugin to the list for electric piano.

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ack with it here:
-anti-minimalist-music-and-sampled-orchestras/
t that you're Doing It Wrong :) If you want a good workhorse for typica=
l synth sounds, TAL NoiseMaker is a great option -- it's easy to progra=
m, sounds great, and comes with a bunch of presets.

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them

>> filters/ envelopes etc? I guess I know about things like linuxsamp=
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e and LV2 plugin) -- they both combine simple sampling with a more complete=
synthesis engine (envelopes, LFOs, resonant filters, etc.). Neither will l=
et you create an instrument that uses a bunch of different samples, but the=
y're very useful for turning a plain sample in to a more expressive ins=
trument.

>
Great ideas. Thanks! Didnt realise petri-foo is so advanced!
I guess one issue I have is that in the computer it takes ages to load d=
ifferent instruments (relatively) - and my lovely gig pianos are so big it =
is hard to load much else.. definitely not great for getting some quick.ide=
as and testing out different sounds...

Seems like there might be a market for a soundfont or sfz player that al=
so has synth capabilities ....
By the way, do you have any recommendations for places to get soundfonts=
?

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[LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., James Stone, (Mon May 13, 9:38 pm)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Leigh Dyer, (Tue May 14, 4:23 am)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., James Stone, (Tue May 14, 12:40 pm)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Brent Busby, (Mon May 13, 10:42 pm)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Ralf Mardorf, (Mon May 13, 11:06 pm)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Brent Busby, (Tue May 14, 1:05 pm)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Ralf Mardorf, (Tue May 14, 9:11 am)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Chris Bannister, (Tue May 14, 4:54 am)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Ralf Mardorf, (Tue May 14, 6:42 am)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Julien Claassen, (Mon May 13, 10:07 pm)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Ralf Mardorf, (Mon May 13, 10:04 pm)
Re: [LAU] samples/instruments/romplers etc.., Janus, (Mon May 13, 9:55 pm)