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Any small midi synthesizer?
Wizard
post Feb 22 2003, 18:27
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I play the guitar and sometimes I record some of my tracks (rock & metal). I use leafDrums for my drum machine and so far I've been using kb2midi to play and record some keyboard stuff. The drawback of using kb2midi is that I can't play fast enough using the keyboard. So, my questions is this: do you know of a small application that I can use to program some synth stuff?
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LordofStars
post Feb 22 2003, 20:27
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I know of a program that after making your midis you can play them back into a wav file. The synth files it uses sound surprisingly realistic on a broad variety of instruments.


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post Feb 24 2003, 03:04
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I'm not exactly sure if this is what you're asking but, here is a nice software synth. Ones free and ones
inexpensive. I have both and they work great.

Simsynth

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post Feb 24 2003, 21:45
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QUOTE (Dex4now @ Feb 24 2003 - 05:04 AM)
I'm not exactly sure if this is what you're asking but, here is a nice software synth.  Ones free and ones
inexpensive.  I have both and they work great.

Simsynth

Dex

Thanks for the reply, but this isn't what I need. I don't need just a way to "program" synth sounds, but also a way to put them in a order in patterns. I've discovered FruityLoops and I believe that this is what I need (although it's big rolleyes.gif ) If I understand they way it works, perhaps I'll uninstall leafDrums (not that it's a bad application, I really like it, but if FruityLoops can do whatever leafDrums does, I don't need both of them wink.gif )
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post Feb 24 2003, 22:28
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If you are still looking for a freeware MIDI sequencer, you might try JAZZ++. It's a little older, but should do what you want.

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post Feb 24 2003, 23:41
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I found something called winjammer. May be to your needs. You can get it off www.download.com


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