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foo-yc20 (Yamaha YC-20 organ emulator for JACK and LV2)

This is an implementation of a 1969 designed Yamaha combo organ, the YC-20.

Original YC-20 organs have a touch vibrato control, which is vibrato
induced by horizontal movement of the keys. As there are very few (almost
no) MIDI keyboards which produce such information, this feature has
been left out of the emulation. Instead of the touch vibrato control,
the control panel hosts a "realism" switch.

This package uses POSIX filesystem capabilities to execute with
elevated privileges (required for realtime audio processing). This
may be considered a security/stability risk. Please read for more information. To disable
capabilities, pass SETCAP=no to the script.

Since audio synthesis is compute-intensive, compiler optimizations might
actually make a noticeable difference. The environment variable OPTIMIZE
can be set to:

- OPTIMIZE="default" (or, unset) builds with -O2 -march=native.

- OPTIMIZE="slack" builds with standard Slackware flags. Use this if you're
going to e.g. build a package on a system with SSE2 that you're going to
install on a system without SSE2).

- OPTIMIZE="upstream" builds with -O3 -march=native. This requires up to
6GB of memory (ram + swap) and takes up to 10 times as long to build.

This requires: jack-audio-connection-kit, slv2

Maintained by: B. Watson
Keywords: organ,alsa,midi,jack,yamaha,yc-20,combo
ChangeLog: foo-yc20


Source Downloads:
foo-yc20-1.3.0.tar.bz2 (3eddb658ddae87e3cf8e5ad7c4b6c8a6)

Download SlackBuild:
foo-yc20.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:

Validated for Slackware 14.2

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