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Bristol

Postby dahnielson » Wed Feb 20, 2008 3:35 pm

A project that I checked out a looong time ago has come a long way since then (well, my studio setup has also come a long way since then) that I think is really cool and a great complement to LS: Bristol. The synthesizer emulator for GNU/Linux.

Moog, Oberheimer, Prophet, ARP, Roland, Yamaha, Fender Rhodes, Vox Continental, Hammond!

(Note that they're not exact emulations, but they're fun to play with.)

Wikipedia (en) a.k.a. "the missing manual".
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Re: Bristol

Postby Alex » Wed Feb 20, 2008 3:56 pm

Nice tip, Anders.
I built this, it configured properly, make install went well, but when i tried to open it from the command line it told me i had a couple of files missing.

Am investigating now, hehe..

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Re: Bristol

Postby dahnielson » Wed Feb 20, 2008 4:00 pm

It emerged fine for me and the only thing I had to do was supply the right command line arguments:

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$> startBristol -jack -count 256


In my case to get the default Hammond B3.
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Re: Bristol

Postby Alex » Wed Feb 20, 2008 4:51 pm

Anders, got it working, and it accesses all modules including the mixer.
Thanks for posting this link.

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