Link to good samples/soundfonts at http://wiki.linuxaudio.org/wiki/free_audio_data
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Anja - by Torbjörn Rathsman aka milasudril aka f00bar, "a sampler designed for live sound effect playback. Anja makes it possible to assign sound effects to the keys of the computer keyboard. Anja also features a channel mixer with 16 channels making it possible to fade a group of sound effects together, on-screen keyboard, as well as MIDI capabilities for remote control. The backend of Anja is JACK, the low-latency audio server. ... Other features in Anja is event-triggered auto-fade, and also an exposed kill all feature. It also features reverse playback, and the possibility to do shorter live recordings to any given slot, which can be played back immediately."
they/them ta / wiki.thingsandstuff.org/Audio and related pages - a collection of mostly Linux and free links / Linux Digital Audio and Music Workstation Comparison Matrix - collaborative Google Sheet (slightly broken, no time/cpu power to fix here)
Because it renders LEDs, knobs and logo at build time. Same with Inkscape, some minor SVG graphics are rendered to PNG while building.CrocoDuck wrote:I have never seen blender as a build dependency. I wonder why that's the case.
Oh I see. That's quite interesting.Markus wrote:Because it renders LEDs, knobs and logo at build time. Same with Inkscape, some minor SVG graphics are rendered to PNG while building.CrocoDuck wrote:I have never seen blender as a build dependency. I wonder why that's the case.
HA. Indeed, perhaps. But I am wondering if something clever could be done maybe by using Blender's physics engine for some task, for example. Not sure when it would make the most sense to do this at compile time, though.Markus wrote:Yep, and quite unnecessary, too.