On Mon, 2014-06-23 at 15:09 +0300, Artem Vakhitov wrote:
I guess you wanted to point out that you will use a simulation of an
analog synth ;). There are some virtual Linux synth that fit to my
needs :), while I prefer to use MIDI to use real analog synth ;).
Calf Monosynth, Phasex and last but not least Yoshimi (not really an
anlog synth emulation ;) are some of the good once. Regarding to sound
samplers that are able to play good, free available sounds we are
screwed. Oops, I nearly forgot that some man really tries to emulate
analog chips, http://bristol.sourceforge.net/ , I prefer my MIDI
interface to use real synth, but it's worth to test his emulations, if
you aren't addicted (as I'm) to CEM/Curtis microchips or the original
[rocketmouse@archlinux ~]$ pacman -Qi linuxsampler | grep Licenses
Licenses : GPL custom:exception
For other distros than Arch Linux, there are usually are third party
repositories providing linuxsampler + GUI's.
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