hello, thanks for the answer .... no, I intend to load the native vst of linux or lv2 as in other programs like qtractor, ardor, bitwig, etc etc LV2 support is being worked on. I am not one of the coders but they also can't tell you when, but its in the pipeline. There is however Carla. I am having...
@ Musicbear. He is talking about Linux vst. Not to long ago I did not know myself these exist, but there are Linux vst. Like Amsynth. https://amsynth.github.io/ amsynth 1.5.0 AudioUnit for Mac OS X amsynth 1.8.0 source code for Linux (VST / LV2 / DSSI / JACK / ALSA / OSS No windows version. That syn...
Thank you. :)
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M Level: The level of the middle signal

That's the knob I meant. :)
Not trying to be funny, but there is documentation on the calf plugins ? I recently tried the Calf stereo tool ladspa. ( lets dial all knobs and listen what happens ) You can easily widen you're mix, and then there is a knob I love, which fixes the sounds getting thinner if you widen the stereo. The...
Already some progress. Folder Drumsynths , misc hats :) Used Dusty simple hh, Twice, one in reverse, and I moved the notes of the reverse one 1/64 to the left in the piano roll. :P Then a little fiddling with the start point of the reverse one (on the audio file processor), to make it sound as one s...
I think its good. I like it.

I think that in the second part, the sound that peaks at 3 min in the first part, should be more present. :)
Thank you. You say long hi hats, now that one problem I am having. I have tic tic instead of a tshhh tshhh sound. :) Gonna have a look in the extra hats folder :) And the HP filter :) I think that was something else I was missing. Been trying to add a reverse hat, but gonna do some more trying, now ...
I have been listening allot to house (old school) mixes, and try to make a beat like that in LMMS, but seem to fail again and again. I wonder if my problem comes from not knowing the name of drums very well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH8-x5U7XsA&t=1910s 2min 50 43min. a classic :P The trouble ...
Wow , that really sounds good. :)