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On 8 April 2012 09:25, david wrote:
> On 04/07/2012 11:35 AM, Renato wrote:
Thanks to all for the quick and informative replies!
Renato, this is exactly what I was looking for!
Thanks to David for fixing the bug in Yoshimi through the AUR package (even
though it comes from upstream).
I will focus on Yoshimi for now... big sunday ahead :-) !
Blue skies to all,
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On 8 April 2012 09:25, david &=
On 04/07/2012 11:35 AM, Renato wrote:
On Sat, 7 Apr 2012 21:48:42 +0200
"Victor A. Stoichita"<email@example.com> =C2=A0wrote:
I'd like to learn more about how to use zynaddsubfx. I know the basic
setup and I understand the most obvious parameters, but is there
something like a manual or an "advanced" tutorial somewhere?
was a good read for me; it gives an overview of zyn/yoshimi's internal<=
workings and proceeds to explain pretty much every knob.
>From my limited understanding there are some *major* improvements
yoshimi brought in performance over zynaddsubfx, and I don't think
there is any reason why you should be using zyn instead of yoshimi.
One reason I switched to using Yoshimi instead of Zyn was because Zyn would=
frequently simply hang, unresponsive, when running JACK at what I consider=
ed low latencies (8-16ms). (Other folk on the list probably don't consi=
der that low latency at all.) Yoshimi didn't have that problem.
I THINK Yoshimi uses more CPU than Zyn, never checked to measure.
The Yoshimi UI is cleaner than Zyn's, more readable. I think both of th=
em would benefit by realizing that the typical graphics UI now is much high=
er resolution than the cramped little spaces the UI seems to be designed fo=
r, but that's could be just my opinion.
Thanks to all for the quick and informative replies! =
Renato, this is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks to David=
for fixing the bug in Yoshimi through the AUR package (even though it come=
s from upstream).
I will focus on Yoshimi for now... big sunday ahead :-) !Blue s=
kies to all,Victor=C2=A0