Software synths on MorphOS?
  • Butterfly
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    Spihunter
    Posts: 66 from 2003/7/10
    From: Durham, NC USA
    Anyone know of any software synths that run on current MorphOS? If no PPC native what old 68k ones work without running UAE? Aural Synthetica? Aegis Sonix?
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  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    Amigaharry2
    Posts: 645 from 2010/1/6
    From: EU-Austria (Wien)
    Maybe you'll find something here: https://www.morphos-storage.net/index.php?page=Audio
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  • Butterfly
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    Samurai_Crow
    Posts: 100 from 2009/12/10
    From: Colorado, USA
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    Spihunter wrote:
    Anyone know of any software synths that run on current MorphOS? If no PPC native what old 68k ones work without running UAE? Aural Synthetica? Aegis Sonix?


    There's an old MorphOS port of HivelyTracker on its page and 68k version should work also since it is AHI based. http://www.hivelytracker.co.uk/
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  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    Amigaharry2
    Posts: 645 from 2010/1/6
    From: EU-Austria (Wien)
    There is also a new port (2020) of Milkytracker: https://dl.amigadev.com/nightly/milkytracker/2020/02/03/milkytracker.mos
    For manipulating sound I recomand HD-Rec from Thilo Köhler. A good realtime audiomixer is SoundBankster.
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  • Yokemate of Keyboards
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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 10817 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    >> Anyone know of any software synths that run on current MorphOS?

    > Milkytracker [...]
    > SoundBankster

    Do these two really have softsynth capabilities?
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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    polluks
    Posts: 461 from 2007/10/23
    From: Gelsenkirchen,...
    How about this? U1Synth
    Pegasos II G4: MorphOS 3.9, Zalman M220W · iMac G5 12,1
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  • Butterfly
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    Spihunter
    Posts: 66 from 2003/7/10
    From: Durham, NC USA
    Quote:

    polluks wrote:
    How about this? U1Synth


    Yes! Great. That's the kind of stuff I'm looking for.

    I guess as far as older 68k stuff goes I may have to just tinker to see what will work.
    Just wondering if anyone had already explored this to save me the work? :)

    Edit: Looks like the download link for u1synth is broken! :(
    Edit2: found it on Aminet.



    [ Edited by Spihunter 14.02.2020 - 09:12 ]
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  • Butterfly
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    Spihunter
    Posts: 66 from 2003/7/10
    From: Durham, NC USA
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    Amigaharry2 wrote:
    Maybe you'll find something here: https://www.morphos-storage.net/index.php?page=Audio


    I went all through there and didn't find anything like a soft synth. Lots of other good stuff there though.

    As far as trackers go, Octamed was my go to back in the day for writing beats. I use Reaper on Linux these days for most things.
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  • Butterfly
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    Spihunter
    Posts: 66 from 2003/7/10
    From: Durham, NC USA
    I see MorphOS now has built in USB midi and audio support. I have a few usb keyboards and 5 USB audio interfaces here I can test out. 3 Tascam, 1 Focusrite and 1 Presonus
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  • ghh
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    Posts: 9 from 2017/7/16
    I played with this: HD-Rec + Sweeper Softsynth and Horny midi sequencer. But I don't know if it's "real" softsynth.
    https://youtu.be/XP4tvI6KX00
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  • Butterfly
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    Spihunter
    Posts: 66 from 2003/7/10
    From: Durham, NC USA
    Quote:

    ghh wrote:
    I played with this: HD-Rec + Sweeper Softsynth and Horny midi sequencer. But I don't know if it's "real" softsynth.
    https://youtu.be/XP4tvI6KX00


    Is the Sweeper Softsynth part of HD-REC or is it some kind of add on?
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  • Yokemate of Keyboards
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    Andreas_Wolf
    Posts: 10817 from 2003/5/22
    From: Germany
    > Is the Sweeper Softsynth part of HD-REC or is it some kind of add on?

    Sweeper is a HD-Rec plugin that is part of HD-Rec ;-)
    Originally, HD-Rec was supposed to be a commercial program with extra-paid-for plugins. Plans changed a decade ago when the author decided to open-source everything instead.
  • »15.02.20 - 10:49
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