You can try it in your own home:
1) Create a LFO controller with a pulse wave at /100.
2) Open LB302.
3) Connect VCF to the controller you just created.
4) It's supposed to close the program by itself.
LMMS 0.4.10 under Ubuntu 11.10.
Cutoff, ressonance and that knob right after ressonance were connected to different controllers (sine/100, triangle/100, sawtooth/100) and had a rather fast one-octave arpeggio.
0.4.13 takes no effect from this, which rises another question... 0.4.10? Is that working better, or just having multiple versions stashed at the back of your comp?Posted by: Jernemies on 2012-04-16 10:54:20
I noticed, from the way you arrange GUS-patches, that you use Windows.
In Ubuntu, there's two ways of installing something: dpkg and compilation.
To use dpkg, I have to download a .deb file containing the program, double-click it and watch the magic, like Windows NSIS installers in .exe. But there's no .deb package of LMMS 0.4.13, not that I know. The other way is to compile source-code using CMake. This is a more complicated procedure that can get you stuck in a salad of dependences, it can be long, tedious and might simply fail. To do that, I need LMMS source code in a .tar.bz2 file. I know where to find the lastest LMMS source, just waiting for me to compile, but I fail everytime I try.Posted by: Yure16 on 2012-04-16 11:31:34
Ah =O. I'm not an expert, but maybe the folk at IRC would know something helpful. Though if not... Your work hasn't suffered from that.Posted by: Jernemies on 2012-04-16 12:01:51
I'll stick with 0.4.10 and save my next try at compilation for when a new instrument plugin is released.x3Posted by: Yure16 on 2012-04-16 12:38:27
I use Ubuntu too. You can get LMMS through here:
If you install this archive you can download lmms 0.4.13 fine.Posted by: socceroos on 2012-04-19 01:35:17
@Sam: I wanted to take an afternoon nap today, but now I'm totally redoing my plans. Thank you very much!:3Posted by: Yure16 on 2012-04-20 08:53:21