I have imported the hydrogen samples into lmms, most easy way. Musicbear just mentioned Jack. I tried jack ones on openSUSE and gave up fast, but that could / should work. When it comes to jack, I am far from an expert. It seems we should not use pulse audio ( with LMMS on Linux) , but jack. Althoug...
Small step forward. The arpeggio part starts to sound good enough. I looked at it with sonic visualizer, and then tried 3 rows of notes instead of two. E - B - G ( repeat ) There might be some syncopation, but for now I am happy with it. The end is a bit different. Really sounds like I am close to t...
I might be able to challenge you on the statement, there is no bigger beginner then me. When I started creating noise, people asked if I was tone def. The only compressors I knew off, were fitted on (race) cars. Because I have a mechanical technical background, I recognized saw waves in the synthesi...
Looking forward to the vid. Somehow I have the feeling, would I really understand zynaddsubfx, I would never need another synthesizer again. I can mess with a minimoog and synth1, but with zynaddsubfx I am already happy I found were to mess with the adsr. It might be time for now to focus on other p...
Are you on Windows or Linux ? For both operating systems, it basically the same though, You back up everything, so you can't loose anything. One way is to copy the entire lmms folder to a different folder and you should be fine. Call that folder back up lmms, or something like that. Make sure you co...
I will try some layering :)

And maybe go on the hunt of a few trumpet ( brass) sounds.

Zynaddsubfx seems to sound way to nice, too friendly ? Hard to put in words.

I love how zynaddsubfx sounds but not for this sound. :)
Click on a note so you select it.

Then on the bottom of the piano roll, you can drag down or up the volume of that one note.

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Thank you, will try some more. Had never guessed e piano for the first one. Wondering if were talking about the same sound though, I am talking about the 5 notes. Also heard at 1.26 :) Edit: Is it called an orchestra hit ? Second one has a bit of a trumpet in it. I call it a fair sound, that's what ...
I think it sounds great. :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGpR4ceGxW0 1m19 in and the arpeggio ? at 3m10 in. I have searching through synth 1 presets, but nothing seems to come close. ( and the mini moog and a few more ) I don't even know were to start, but like to learn how to create those sounds from scratch. So were do I ...