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Re: Munt Reloaded - Development

Postby seren » 2019-7-18 @ 06:59

Mmm, why didn't I see these Qt suggestions earlier. i ran into similar problems trying to add Munt Qt to patchbox OS. Another evening coming up trying this :)

BTW is there something like Munt nightlies. I have the impression there is quite some Munt development going on, however the version I can find is 2.3.0 and if I'm correct that one is already at least a year old?

Additionally I came across an LV2 version of Munt: https://linuxmusicians.com/viewtopic.php?t=12937
It looks older, so no idea how to make this use the latest version of Munt and additionally how to add this to MODEP (e.g. in Zynthian)
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Re: Munt Reloaded - Development

Postby Kaminari » 2019-7-18 @ 08:34

seren wrote:I have the impression there is quite some Munt development going on


Where? Commits on GitHub are far and few between, maybe once every two or three months, mostly cosmetic (docs, copyrights). There have been two new developments in the past year (enhanced mixing and emulation of a bug from the MT-32 Gen 0). Nightly builds are hardly required.
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Re: Munt Reloaded - Development

Postby seren » 2019-7-18 @ 09:37

OK, well this thread gives the impression a lot is happening. Apparently not :(
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Re: Munt Reloaded - Development

Postby Dominus » 2019-7-18 @ 09:43

Well, there has been a lot going on at the time the thread started eight years ago. But since about three or two years, Munt is already exceptionally great and mostly cosmetic stuff needs to be done ;)
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Re: Munt Reloaded - Development

Postby realnc » 2019-7-18 @ 10:19

Other than the occasional fix for a bug report or the addition of some feature request (like the "better mixing than the real hardware" functionality), Munt is pretty much done with emulating the MT-32. It sounds identical to an actual MT-32.
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Re: Munt Reloaded - Development

Postby seren » 2019-7-18 @ 13:24

Well I got the impression there were still some things on the to do list:
- Proper Jack support (at least for a n00b like me it's fairly impossible to get that working, e.g. do/don't I need portaudio on a Raspberry Pi)
- Building the Qt version for linux is also not straightforward as can be seen in this thread
- Is the experimental GM support still in development?
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Re: Munt Reloaded - Development

Postby Kaminari » 2019-7-18 @ 20:05

- Experimental GM support

Maybe you're refering to the GM mode that is specific to the Munt VST plugin developed by Zoltán Bacskó.
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