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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #120 on: January 24, 2022, 18:10:52 »
I have found and app that will allow people to run those old 16 bit windows apps on 64 bit Windows, it is called otvdm/winevdm it is available at http://www.columbia.edu/~em36/otvdm.html, https://github.com/otya128/winevdm/releases

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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #121 on: January 25, 2022, 03:33:10 »
I have found a fork of Timidity++ called Timidity++ 41, it is an experimental build of Timidity++ and it has the ability to use sfz's and dls files as well as sf2's and gus pats and it is available in 64 bits for windows 10 x64 and 32 bits for older versions of windows, it also has the ability to emulate many different midi modules including the MT32, they have also ported the twsyng system synth to 64 bit for windows 10 and it is included.

It is available at https://osdn.net/projects/timidity41/, the latest version is available at https://mirrors.gigenet.com/OSDN//timidity41/75958/ and all releases can be found at https://mirrors.gigenet.com/OSDN//timidity41/. It sounds quieter and less crisp then the original Timidity++ and that is with the same amplification settings, I'm not sure why.

If you find you don't like it, you can download the original edition of Timidity++ at https://sourceforge.net/projects/timidity/
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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #122 on: January 26, 2022, 18:46:18 »
DSP56300 EMULATION - Emulating the Access Virus C & other virtual analogue synthesizers

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This DSP has been used in plenty of virtual analogue synthesizers and other musical gear that was released after around the mid 90s, such as Access Virus A, B, C, TI / Clavia Nord Lead 3 / Waldorf Q, Microwave II / Novation Supernova, Nova and many others.

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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #123 on: January 26, 2022, 18:59:15 »
Aaah, the DSP56k series, quite an interesting platform to program for... ;)

Speaking of emulating old things, 8bitbubsy has recently released an accurate port of the IT replayer engine to C: https://github.com/8bitbubsy/it2play
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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #124 on: February 21, 2022, 13:19:07 »
ToneBoosters have released their V3 VST's for free.  These are VST2.

https://www.toneboosters.com/support.html

Scroll down to 'Where can I find older (v3) plug-ins? and expand with the down arrow on right.  There will be some links for Windows, MacOS, and the manuals.


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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #125 on: February 21, 2022, 16:47:39 »
Nice, thanks for info  :D 

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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #126 on: May 26, 2022, 18:51:01 »
I have found an interesting piece of software for do stereo source separation, for instance you can extract vocals or the drum beat from an audio recording, you can also use this software to extract all musical instruments and vocals from an old mono music recording from the 30's, 40's and 50's and remix all the parts into a now Stereo version, the software is called ISSE (ISSE : An Interactive Source Separation Editor) and it is available for download at http://isse.sourceforge.net/ and https://sourceforge.net/projects/isse/ and you can read more in depth info on it at https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~njb/research/ISSE-I.pdf, it was written and produced by N. J. Bryan, G. J. Mysore, G. Wang. The website of Nicholas J. Bryan Senior Research Scientist Audio Research Group, Adobe Research San Francisco, CA, is available at https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~njb/, here is a YouTube video that explains it https://youtu.be/Rd3prIkO5bg
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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #127 on: September 04, 2022, 14:27:28 »
Here is a good piece of free software called Resource Hacker http://angusj.com/resourcehacker/, it is for editing (decompiling and compiling) software resources such as dll's, exe's, etc. With this software you can change the icons, splash screen and about screen graphics of OpenMPT to your own personal tastes, for instance maybe you prefer the old ModPlug/OpenModPlug icons and graphics or you have custom versions that you want to use, with this software you can make such modifications. You can also use it to do the same for other software as well. It is perfect for people who don't know how to modify and compile source code, but want to change graphical elements of a piece of software.

Note: This software is freeware but not open-source.

I have also found another program that is open source that looks like it does the same thing it is called "XN Resource Editor" https://stefansundin.github.io/xn_resource_editor/
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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #128 on: September 04, 2022, 18:34:25 »
I have found free binaries of Ardour 6.9 for windows that someone uploaded to the Internet Archive at https://archive.org/details/ardour-6.9.0-x-86-64-gcc-5, I'm assuming that they are full version binaries and not the crippled demo version. There was a good discussion on this topic at https://discourse.ardour.org/t/the-paywall-and-related-matters/105989 (the Free Your Builds Internet Archive address in the thread is a different one, it does not have Ardour 6.9)

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Re: Open-source and free software
« Reply #129 on: September 28, 2022, 01:18:03 »
AirWindows VST plug-ins.

Lots of good VST2 Plug-ins with no GUI. 

Drum samples in WAV formats.  Snares, kicks, and hats.  All very good quality.

Rickenbacker bass SFZ and Renoise Instrument is available as well.  Some really good bass sounds in here!

Links on left side to downloads. 
     https://www.airwindows.com/vsts/

Source Code here :
     https://github.com/airwindows/airwindows/tree/master/plugins

and the Patreon page if you would like to support is :
     https://www.patreon.com/airwindows