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Re: About Roland Virtual Sound Canvas 3

That sounds good too. I merely spoke of the Pi with relation to it's (usually) cheap, generic status. But, of course, that status is not very true, in the current supply situation! I don't know how much Pi capable to do MT32 costs, but my Fujitsu Futro thin-client costs 15 bucks, it's hard to beat …

Re: About Roland Virtual Sound Canvas 3

On a different track. It surprises me that there doesn't yet exist a Pi-based simple VST host, I prefer to use some high-quality thin-client like Fujitsu Futro rather than Pi-based system, but that's just my taste, I guess. YamahaXG VST as far as YamahaXG is concerned, my biggest surprise is that …

Re: Windows XP how many people still use for it their MAIN OS?

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I dont like cleartype neither, sometimes get difficult to read it takes 20 to 30 minutes reading to get huge eyes irritation - the veins in my eyes become irritated, red and visible - I don't know how that's called in English - maybe "red eyes", but it's something I cannot fake (as doctor House …

Re: Windows XP how many people still use for it their MAIN OS?

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I am still using it, because "ClearType" makes my eyes hurt and causes me headaches. Interestingly, it's not just me - if I google "ClearType" together with eyes hurt or headaches there are many complains but most of them circa 2005-2007. I guess people no longer have big CRTs like 20+ inches to see …

Re: About Roland Virtual Sound Canvas 3

@ArielAr : very late reply, but I don't follow closely this topic in the last many months. So, more or less, all questions you have are already covered in this forum thread, but I understand the thread is very long and convoluted and very easy to miss even the main points and achievements. Currently …

Re: About Roland Virtual Sound Canvas 3

PS: Any help would be greatly appreciated! that's a great project and I hope your effort will succeed. It is simply using the SC-55 VSC samples (which are identical to the Microsoft GS Wavetable synthesizer). Maybe the quality is slightly higher than the Microsoft synthesizer, but it doesn't use …

Re: Old DX SDKs

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The only file that is still missing and was available recently: dx90_directmusicproducer.exe I have "dx90_directmusicproducer.exe", if anyone needs it - let me know... [EDIT] actually, quick search shows it's already "preserved" online here: http://w2krepo.somnolescent.net/Audio/dx90_ …

Re: Yamaha Sequence Object Linking (SOL) 2

Yesterday I found this old thread (you might have seen it already) .... I suspect that the S-YGX soft synths weren't actually discontinued, but that the technology was transferred to a company that Yamaha bought back in 2005: Steinberg . .... in any way, there are no S-YGX synths made after S-YGX50 …

Re: Yamaha Sequence Object Linking (SOL) 2

OK, I am going to skip for the time being writing what I said would be Guide 1: https://www.vogons.org/viewtopic.php?p=935780#p935780 and do Guide 2 instead, because it's very short and fast to write: Guide 2 : Decrypt Yamaha S-YXG50 and S-YGX2600LE Soundbanks source code in C doing what the guide …

Re: Yamaha Sequence Object Linking (SOL) 2

Totally off topic, but I must ask if veg (a.k.a Evgeny) is actually the Evgeny Bogdanov who wrote this http://ixbtlabs.com/articles/livetolive51/index.html ? nope, Veg last name is different, I am not into doxing people, but I will say to you that Veg last name doesn't even start with the letter …

Re: Yamaha Sequence Object Linking (SOL) 2

I actually know the admin of og.kervella.org very well, in case we could correct the page... Actually, it seems it's known for at least over a decade, there is Retail version, because I found this site in Japanese: https://www.sodan.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~teru/tools/lmr.html that is around since at …

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