On 16/05/12 14:21, Robin Paulson wrote:
hi all, i'm wondering if anyone can help me with some software i am looking for. i recall some years back, when i was using cakewalk/sonar in the late 90s/early 00s, a facility called studioware which allowed me to control a hardware synthesiser from within cakewalk. this was driven by files which one could load, which then represented each of the functions of a midi-connected hardware synthesiser/sampler/fx unit by an on-screen button, slider, dial, etc.
I think Ctrlr is exactly what you're after. It's a MIDI control GUI that lets you design control panels for synths, or load control panels others have built for them. It runs as either a standalone app or as a VST plugin, which should theoretically work in Ardour 3.
http://ctrlr.org/Unfortunately it only coincidentally has a Linux build -- it uses the JUCE framework, which supports Linux, but the Ctrlr developers aren't really familiar enough with Linux to maintain a proper port, so it doesn't actually seem to work right now.
I feel like all it really needs is one Linux user that has the time and the ability to maintain it. Hopefully someone here can answer that call!
Thanks Leigh _______________________________________________ Linux-audio-user mailing list Linux-audio-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.linuxaudio.org/listinfo/linux-audio-user
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