Running latest SunVox 1.9.4c on Win10. I am mostly a newbie with SunVox.
I've searched the Forum, Google and YouTube for a simple step-by-step examples of how to play midi in SunVox via a Metamodule, which seems to be the only way to play midi, and found so far:
- https://www.warmplace.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2184 - The example further down Metamodule_with_automation works.
- https://discchord.com/blog/2014/3/25/tu ... odule.html - This works and got me interested in the recursive nature of metamodules.
What I want to do now is save that and then from a Master project either start or trigger the midi to play. I understand that in the metamodule I must turn on 03.play_patterns and I think that in the sub-project I have to feed a myltisynth as an input modules into the midi tracks or something like that to get it playing.
The purpose of all this is just to learn and cover a song I have in midi and then for run load in further metamodules for each type of instrument to make it sound like the song. I'm just experimenting with SunVox as a replacement for things like tuxguitar, Band In a Box. Just for fun but with an eye to create a library of reusable metamodules.
I've spent some time with SuperCollider, Reaper and many VSTs and both platforms are not a robust as SunVox and seem to require continuous re-learning of their interfaces, VSTs and overall are not as productive as SunVox. I think SunVox is the "sweet spot" between Synths, DAWs and trackers.
Hopefully the above makes sense, any questions please ask.