The Engines

#1

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So we have a list of engines . . .

  1. ZynAddSubFX
  2. FluidSynth (v1.1.6)
  3. Linux Sampler
  4. setBfree

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5. Pure Data

I’ll ignore PianoTeq cos its propriety .

So how many of these can we produce a standard level sine wave for? I’ve not done much with LV2 plugins as yet so I will look at this simple set initially.

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#2

Perhaps this is the solution? Loading a WAV file with a sine wave with given amplitude should work, or?

Regards, Holger

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#3

I’m reading up on levels. I don’t have a scope or a ppm altho’ I’ll try to hunt a software one out at some later point.
I’ll be using the Nord Modular as my reference and will cancel the sine wave with one generated by the Nord as a level indicator and I’m building waveforms with Audacity, which I’ll use polyphone to build a fluidsynth file.
Once I’m happy with levels I will try each engine to build a sinewave there. Hopefullt we should get a little basic tutorial for the engines if nothing else.

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#4

I think the 4 engines you say can generate a “more or less” pure sine wave.
I just noted that Aeolus is missing from the main list, but i think it can do it too :wink:

Regards,

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