Arpeggiator

  • those_voices
Posted: Wed, 12/26/2007 - 19:52
Hey there, I've been using 64 Studio for a while for regular old sound recording, and I'm branching into some midi work now, and I am hitting a block now, software-wise. I seem to be unable to locate an arpeggiator that functions under 64. Do any of you know of a good one?

Although I agree with most

  • fake
  • 01/12/08
  • Wed, 01/16/2008 - 18:58
Although I agree with most of the above be wary of the EnergyXT Linux version as it is not very usable at the moment and has poor integration with jack. Make sure you download the working demo first before you part with any cash. Not trashing it, only pointing out that its far from ready on Linux despite the claims.

I have had zero problems with Jack..

  • VictorVictorVictor
  • 01/16/08
  • Fri, 01/18/2008 - 01:51
I have had zero problems with Jack after compiling my own libaam.so using the source from the eXT website. If one wants better JACK integration, use this non-official libaam.so from this non-official energyXT2 site, or compile it using their sources. It provides many alot more features than the stock JACK driver. http://people.jacklab.net/metasymbol/software/ I have had better luck using Wineasio and the Windows version + Windows VSTs, since there are WAY more softsynths and effects available, and it works great! ALMOST as efficient as the linux version Either way, making sure it works good on your system is definitely a good idea before paying for it..thankfully the demo version is the full version with Save disabled

Hypercyclic,amazing arpeggiator has just been released for linux

  • VictorVictorVictor
  • 01/16/08
  • Wed, 01/16/2008 - 04:30
go check it out here: http://www.mucoder.net/hypercyclic/download/ I believe it is available as a standalone linux app to control any synth you have, and also as a linux-native vst (the .so file) to be used in Energy XT2, or JOST to control other linux VST/other synths.. I HIGHLY recommend both of these programs, EnergyXT is 49 euros to buy, but WELL worth it. Way better than LMMS imo. You can even use the windows version perfectly under wine to use windows VST synths (the same license works for both windows and linux versions) and JOST is a totally free alternative, and it's author Kunitoki is constantly making updates, and is probably the biggest driving force behind linux-native VST instruments and effects.. do check out his site as well, LOTS of rad stuff there http://www.anticore.org/jucetice/ ~Victor

Yeah, I had read about how

  • those_voices
  • 12/17/07
  • Sat, 01/12/2008 - 22:15
Yeah, I had read about how qmidiarp doesn't work on 64 yet... but anyway... Thanks, that's exactly what I needed.

Arpeggiator

  • fake
  • 01/12/08
  • Sat, 01/12/2008 - 15:14
There is a good one called "qmidiarp" but its not in the 64 repository yet. Maybe soon? In the mean time try the ubuntu one as that works on 64studio. It has 2 examples in usr/share/qmidiarp but read the doc txt file on how to use it. fake

Thanks. I was looking for a

  • those_voices
  • 12/17/07
  • Fri, 01/11/2008 - 18:54
Thanks. I was looking for a few randomized elements, and that's a start. Ought to get me going in the direction of what I had in mind.

try zynaddsubfx, click

  • Happy Eddie
  • 01/05/08
  • Sat, 01/05/2008 - 21:33
try zynaddsubfx, click instrument»show instrument bank» arpeggios maybe that is what you are looking for