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107    
108     <h1><span class="hidden">The LinuxSampler Project</span></h1>
109    
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129    
130     <h2>Documentation</h2>
131     <p class="default">
132     This is still quite under construction. Be welcome to help us with writing some documentation!
133     </p>
134    
135 schoenebeck 1674 <a name="windows"></a>
136     <a name="osx"></a>
137     <a name="debian"></a>
138     <h2>Howtos</h2>
139     <p class="default">
140     To ease new users the first contact with the Linuxsampler applications,
141     we have written the following short Howtos:
142     </p>
143     <table class="decorated">
144     <thead>
145     <tr>
146     <td class="decorated_header">Name</td>
147     <td class="decorated_header">Descripton</td>
148     </tr>
149     </thead>
150     <tbody>
151     <tr>
152     <td class="decorated"><a href="windows.html">Windows HOWTO</a></td>
153     <td class="decorated">
154     LinuxSampler quickstart guide for the MS Windows operating system.
155     </td>
156     </tr>
157     <tr>
158     <td class="decorated"><a href="osx.html">OS X HOWTO</a></td>
159     <td class="decorated">
160     LinuxSampler quickstart guide for the Apple OS X operating system.
161     </td>
162     </tr>
163     <tr>
164     <td class="decorated"><a href="debian.html">Debian HOWTO</a></td>
165     <td class="decorated">
166     Guide for how to build optimized Debian packages of LS &amp;
167     friends for your specific machine.
168     </td>
169     </tr>
170 persson 1822 <tr>
171     <td class="decorated"><a href="msys.html">Windows Build HOWTO</a></td>
172     <td class="decorated">
173     Guide for how to build libgig, linuxsampler and gigedit
174     for Windows by using MSYS.
175     </td>
176     </tr>
177 schoenebeck 1674 </tbody>
178     </table>
179    
180 schoenebeck 1241 <h2>gigedit</h2>
181     <p class="default">
182     This is our graphical instrument editor based on the Gtk toolkit.
183     It can be used stand-alone or in conjunction with LinuxSampler.
184     Read the <a href="http://download.linuxsampler.org/doc/gigedit/quickstart/gigedit_quickstart.html">Gigedit Quickstart</a>
185     for a short tutorial. Please notice that this quickstart document
186     is automatically generated from CVS and thus might reflect
187     features and behaviors only available in the very latest, bleeding
188     edge development version of gigedit from CVS.
189     </p>
190 senoner 542
191 iliev 1780 <h2><a name="jsampler">JSampler</a></h2>
192 iliev 1290 <p class="default">
193     JSampler is an opensource, platform-independent,
194     GUI front-end for LinuxSampler, written entirely in Java.
195     Read the <a href="jsampler/manual/html/jsampler.html">JSampler manual</a>
196 iliev 1780 for more information.<br>
197     For information about using Fantasia with Miditzer in Puppy Linux VTPO
198     read this <a href="http://organs.110mb.com/Fantasia.htm" target="_blank">HOWTO</a>.
199 iliev 1290 </p>
200    
201 schoenebeck 1377 <h2>libgig</h2>
202     <p class="default">
203     libgig is a C++ library used to load and modify Gigasampler format files.
204     If you're a developer and might want to use libgig, here is its
205     <a href="http://download.linuxsampler.org/doc/libgig/api/">API documentation</a>
206     (automatically daily updated from CVS).
207     </p>
208    
209 schoenebeck 1573 <a name="lscp_spec"></a>
210     <a name="lscp_specs"></a>
211 schoenebeck 1377 <h2>liblscp</h2>
212     <p class="default">
213     liblscp is C library as convenient wrapper around the <i>LinuxSampler Control Protocol</i>.
214     If you're a developer and might want to use liblscp, here is its
215     <a href="http://download.linuxsampler.org/doc/liblscp/">API documentation</a>
216     (automatically daily updated from CVS).
217     </p>
218    
219 senoner 542 <h2>LSCP Reference</h2>
220     <p class="default">
221 schoenebeck 1280 The following documents define the <i>LinuxSampler Control Protocol</i>,
222     a network protocol with which LinuxSampler can be controlled locally as well as remotely.
223 senoner 542 As this is a simple ASCII based protocol it's possible to write a frontend for LinuxSampler in
224     any programming language and GUI library. There's still a big demand especially for a Gtk and
225     ncurses based frontend, so be encouraged and let
226     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/developers.html">us</a> know if you wrote a frontend for
227 schoenebeck 1280 LinuxSampler!
228 senoner 542 </p>
229 schoenebeck 1280
230     <table class="decorated">
231     <thead>
232     <tr>
233     <td class="decorated_header">Protocol Name</td>
234     <td class="decorated_header">Document Types</td>
235 schoenebeck 1434 <td class="decorated_header">Release Date</td>
236 schoenebeck 1280 <td class="decorated_header">Description</td>
237     </tr>
238     </thead>
239     <tbody>
240     <tr>
241 schoenebeck 1434 <td class="decorated">LSCP&nbsp;draft</td>
242 schoenebeck 1280 <td class="decorated">
243 schoenebeck 1434 <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/draft-linuxsampler-protocol.txt">TXT</a>,
244     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/draft-linuxsampler-protocol.html">HTML</a>,
245     <a href="http://cvs.linuxsampler.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/*checkout*/linuxsampler/Documentation/lscp.xml?rev=HEAD&content-type=text/xml">XML</a>
246 schoenebeck 1280 </td>
247 schoenebeck 1434 <td class="decorated">unreleased</td>
248 schoenebeck 1280 <td class="decorated">
249 schoenebeck 1434 Very latest draft of the protocol (which usually reflects the
250     latest development state from CVS or may even not be implemented
251     yet).
252 schoenebeck 1280 </td>
253     </tr>
254     <tr>
255 schoenebeck 1572 <td class="decorated">LSCP&nbsp;1.3</td>
256     <td class="decorated">
257     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.3.txt">TXT</a>,
258     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.3.html">HTML</a>,
259     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.3.xml">XML</a>
260     </td>
261     <td class="decorated">2007-12-06</td>
262     <td class="decorated">
263     Protocol specification of the latest official release of LinuxSampler (0.5.1).
264     </td>
265     </tr>
266     <tr>
267 schoenebeck 1434 <td class="decorated">LSCP&nbsp;1.2</td>
268     <td class="decorated">
269     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.2.txt">TXT</a>,
270     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.2.html">HTML</a>,
271     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.2.xml">XML</a>
272     </td>
273     <td class="decorated">2007-10-15</td>
274     <td class="decorated">
275 schoenebeck 1572 Protocol specification of the previous official release of LinuxSampler (0.5.0).
276 schoenebeck 1434 </td>
277     </tr>
278     <tr>
279 schoenebeck 1280 <td class="decorated">LSCP&nbsp;1.1</td>
280     <td class="decorated">
281 schoenebeck 1434 <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.1.txt">TXT</a>,
282 schoenebeck 1280 <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.1.html">HTML</a>,
283     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.1.xml">XML</a>
284     </td>
285 schoenebeck 1434 <td class="decorated">2006-11-25</td>
286 schoenebeck 1280 <td class="decorated">
287 schoenebeck 1572 Protocol specification old LinuxSampler release 0.4.0.
288 schoenebeck 1280 </td>
289     </tr>
290     <tr>
291 schoenebeck 1434 <td class="decorated">LSCP&nbsp;1.0</td>
292 schoenebeck 1280 <td class="decorated">
293 schoenebeck 1434 <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.0.txt">TXT</a>,
294     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.0.html">HTML</a>,
295     <a href="http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/lscp-1.0.xml">XML</a>
296 schoenebeck 1280 </td>
297 schoenebeck 1434 <td class="decorated">2005-07-17</td>
298 schoenebeck 1280 <td class="decorated">
299 schoenebeck 1434 Protocol specification of ancient LinuxSampler release 0.3.3.
300 schoenebeck 1280 </td>
301     </tr>
302     </tbody>
303     </table>
304    
305 senoner 542 <p class="default">
306 schoenebeck 594 The protocol will be extended from time to time. You may look at the
307     <a href="features.html#LSCP">features</a> site to see which control
308     commands are already implemented and which are not.
309     </p>
310 senoner 542
311    
312     <a name="example_lscp_scripts">
313     <h3>Example LSCP scripts</h3>
314     <p class="default">
315     If you don't want / can't use a GUI frontend you will probably write some LSCP scripts for
316     using with linuxsampler to setup your needed sampler session. It follows some common LSCP
317     examples to give you a good starting point for writing your own ones. Adjust it to your needs
318     and send it to the running linuxsampler application with:
319     </p>
320 schoenebeck 1280 <pre class="code">cat yourscript.lscp | netcat localhost 8888</pre>
321 senoner 542 <p class="default">
322 schoenebeck 1242 Optionally you can also use a graphical frontend like QSampler one time to setup a working
323     sampler session for your needs and save it. Because you have to know that the files saved
324     by our frontends are actually pure LSCP scripts, thus you can i.e. use those files simply with
325     the mentioned netcat command from above to setup the sampler session without a frontend.
326     </p>
327     <p class="default">
328 senoner 542 Here is a simple LSCP example which uses ALSA as MIDI input and as audio output driver as well,
329     it creates only one sampler channel using the Gigasampler engine and loads a Piano instrument
330     on that sampler channel:
331     </p>
332 schoenebeck 1280 <pre class="code">#enable echo mode
333 senoner 542 SET ECHO 1
334    
335     # load the ALSA audio driver
336     # (parameter CARD is optional, I use it here to select my 2nd sound card
337     # you can use 'GET AUDIO_OUTPUT_DRIVER_PARAMETER INFO ALSA CARD' to get
338     # all available sound cards)
339     CREATE AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE ALSA CARD='1,0'
340    
341     # load the ALSA MIDI driver
342     CREATE MIDI_INPUT_DEVICE ALSA
343    
344     # connect my MIDI keyboard which has ALSA seq ID '72:0'
345     # (see 'aconnect -i' for the IDs of your MIDI devices
346     # or use 'GET MIDI_INPUT_PORT_PARAMETER INFO 0 0 ALSA_SEQ_BINDINGS')
347     SET MIDI_INPUT_PORT_PARAMETER 0 0 ALSA_SEQ_BINDINGS='72:0'
348    
349     # setup a sampler channel
350     ADD CHANNEL
351     LOAD ENGINE gig 0
352     SET CHANNEL AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE 0 0
353     SET CHANNEL MIDI_INPUT_DEVICE 0 0
354     LOAD INSTRUMENT '/home/me/Gigs/PMI Steinway D.gig' 0 0
355    
356     # finally show our channel setup (optional of course)
357     GET CHANNEL INFO 0
358    
359     # quit connection
360     QUIT</pre>
361     <p class="default">
362     The next example uses JACK as audio output driver instead and automatically connects the two
363     output channels of LS's JACK client to the first two ALSA PCM channels, so you can hear
364     something without having to manually connect it e.g. with qjackctl:
365     </p>
366 schoenebeck 1280 <pre class="code">#enable echo mode
367 senoner 542 SET ECHO 1
368    
369     # load the JACK audio driver
370     CREATE AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE JACK
371    
372     # connect to ALSA playback JACK client so we can hear something
373     # (you can use 'GET AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL_PARAMETER INFO 0 0 JACK_BINDINGS'
374     # to get all available JACK clients / ports)
375     SET AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL_PARAMETER 0 0 JACK_BINDINGS='alsa_pcm:playback_1'
376     SET AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL_PARAMETER 0 1 JACK_BINDINGS='alsa_pcm:playback_2'
377    
378     # load the ALSA MIDI driver
379     CREATE MIDI_INPUT_DEVICE ALSA
380    
381     # connect my MIDI keyboard which has ALSA seq ID '72:0'
382     # (see 'aconnect -i' for the IDs of your MIDI devices
383     # or use 'GET MIDI_INPUT_PORT_PARAMETER INFO 0 0 ALSA_SEQ_BINDINGS')
384     SET MIDI_INPUT_PORT_PARAMETER 0 0 ALSA_SEQ_BINDINGS='72:0'
385    
386     # setup one sampler channel
387     ADD CHANNEL
388     LOAD ENGINE gig 0
389     SET CHANNEL AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE 0 0
390     SET CHANNEL MIDI_INPUT_DEVICE 0 0
391     LOAD INSTRUMENT '/home/me/Gigs/PMI Steinway D.gig' 0 0
392    
393     # finally show our channel setup (optional of course)
394     GET CHANNEL INFO 0
395    
396     # quit connection
397     QUIT</pre>
398     <p class="default">
399     The next example is a bit more complex.
400     It shows how to setup a more realistic sampler session, handle routing of MIDI input channels,
401     handle routing of audio channels, it uses JACK again as audio
402     output driver, but creates the JACK client with four output channels instead, it creates two
403     sampler channels, loads two different instrument on those two sampler channels and alters
404     the audio channel routing so that the two output channels of sampler channel 1 are routed to
405     the first two JACK output channels and the two output channels of sampler channel 2 are routed
406     the second pair of the JACK client's output channels. That way you could e.g. record the output
407     of those two sampler channels independently or apply independent LADSPA effects on it.
408     </p>
409 schoenebeck 1280 <pre class="code"># enable echo mode
410 senoner 542 SET ECHO 1
411    
412     # load audio and MIDI driver
413     CREATE AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE JACK
414     CREATE MIDI_INPUT_DEVICE ALSA
415    
416     # increase the amount of output channels of the LS"s Jack client e.g. to 4
417     SET AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE_PARAMETER 0 CHANNELS=4
418    
419     # connect to MIDI keyboard
420     SET MIDI_INPUT_PORT_PARAMETER 0 0 ALSA_SEQ_BINDINGS="64:0"
421    
422     # set up 1st sampler channel (using default output channels, that is 0 and 1)
423     ADD CHANNEL
424     LOAD ENGINE gig 0
425     SET CHANNEL AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE 0 0
426     SET CHANNEL MIDI_INPUT_DEVICE 0 0
427     LOAD INSTRUMENT "/somedir/The Bosendorfer Imperial Grand Version 2.2.gig" 0 0
428     SET CHANNEL VOLUME 0 0.40
429     # by default every sampler channel / engine listens to ALL MIDI channels
430     # but for multi channel setup it makes sense to distinguish the inputs, so
431     # let sampler channel 0 listen to MIDI channel 0 (instead of ALL)
432     SET CHANNEL MIDI_INPUT_CHANNEL 0 0
433    
434     # set up 2nd sampler channel (using output channels 2 and 3)
435     ADD CHANNEL
436     LOAD ENGINE gig 1
437     SET CHANNEL AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE 1 0
438     SET CHANNEL MIDI_INPUT_DEVICE 1 0
439     LOAD INSTRUMENT "/home/me/Gigs/NemeSys_1GB_Grand.gig" 0 1
440     SET CHANNEL VOLUME 1 0.40
441     # let sampler channel 1 listen to MIDI channel 1 (instead of ALL)
442     SET CHANNEL MIDI_INPUT_CHANNEL 1 1
443     # this will alter the audio channel routing
444     # connect the engines output channel 0 to JACK clients output 2
445     SET CHANNEL AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL 1 0 2
446     # connect the engines output channel 1 to JACK clients output 3
447     SET CHANNEL AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL 1 1 3
448    
449     # automatic connection between the four 4 ports of LS's Jack client and the
450     # ALSA PCM JACK client (assuming your sound card has at least 4 outputs ;-)
451     SET AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL_PARAMETER 0 0 JACK_BINDINGS='alsa_pcm:playback_1'
452     SET AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL_PARAMETER 0 1 JACK_BINDINGS='alsa_pcm:playback_2'
453     SET AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL_PARAMETER 0 2 JACK_BINDINGS='alsa_pcm:playback_3'
454     SET AUDIO_OUTPUT_CHANNEL_PARAMETER 0 3 JACK_BINDINGS='alsa_pcm:playback_4'
455    
456     # not necessary, just to see our setup
457     GET CHANNEL INFO 0
458     GET CHANNEL INFO 1</pre>
459     <p class="default">
460     For a detailed description about LSCP read the <a href="api/draft-linuxsampler-protocol.html">LSCP reference</a>.
461     Be welcome to ask details on the mailing list.
462     </p>
463    
464    
465     </div>
466     </td></tr></table>
467    
468     </div>
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