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you should proceed like this:
1.) Start jsynthlib: java -jar JSynthLib-0.20.0.jar
2.) Add required devices: Menu Window -> Preferences -> Add Device
3.) Create a new Library: menu Library -> New Library
4.) Create a new Patch in the Library window: menu Patch -> New Patch
5.) Right-click the patch -> Edit...
I think there should be more devices available in the latest development
version available in SVN trunk:
I haven't used the program for quite a while, so I can not speak for the
quality of the trunk version.
If you need more help, feel free to join the devel mailing list (
http://sourceforge.net/p/jsynthlib/mailman/). It's really low-traffic, and
I think developers will be happy to get feedback from a real user.
2013/5/8 Ralf Mardorf
> Hi :)
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Hi Ralf,you should proceed like =
this:1.) Start jsynthlib: java -jar J=
SynthLib-0.20.0.jar2.) Add required devices: Menu Window -=
how can I access the editors?
To the "User Preferences" I added "Yamaha TG33/Sy22", &=
"Roland MT-32" and "Oberheim Matrix 1000". I didn't=
read the list of
drivers carefully right now, but I guess this are the only devices
provided by this list, I own.
It's my first trial on the quick, I just want to take a look now, so
excepted of the DX7's MIDI out, non of the synth is connected to the
PC's MIDI interfaces, IOW I didn't test "Auto-Scan" yet. =
Is this needed
to get access to the editors? If so, I need to continue later :(.
Is there an archive with other devices, that aren't available by a
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