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adljack

OPL3/OPN2 synthesizer using ADLMIDI and OPNMIDI

This is a standalone synthesizer for ADLMIDI and OPNMIDI on the text console. It is based on libADLMIDI and libOPNMIDI.

  • adljack is the version for the Jack audio system.
  • adlrt is the portable version for Linux, Windows and Mac.

screenshot

Feature list

  • Real time, low latency FM synthesizer
  • Support of multiple FM chip emulators
  • Support of multiple chips for extended polyphony
  • Loading instrument banks in WOPL and WOPN formats
  • General MIDI level 1 and 2
  • Multi-channel MIDI playback
  • Automatic bank reloading when the file changes on disk
  • User interface for the terminal with dynamic controls
  • Session management with the NSM protocol (adljack only)

Usage

This is how you use adljack in the console.

  • -h: Show a help message, and lists available players and emulators
  • -p [player]: Selects the player. (ADLMIDI, OPNMIDI)
  • -n [chips]: Defines the number of chips.
  • -b [bank]: Loads the indicated bank file.
  • -e [emulator]: Selects the emulator. (by number, as listed in -h)
  • -L [latency]: (adlrt only) Defines the audio latency. The unit is milliseconds. Default 20ms.

Development builds

Build Status

Find automatic builds of the development branch here (Windows).

Build instructions

Installed required dependencies:

  • a C++ compiler for the 2011 standard
  • at least one development package for audio, and one for MIDI: ALSA, PulseAudio, Jack
  • either: (n)curses for a terminal interface, or SDL2 for a PDCurses pseudo-terminal (needed on Windows)

Compiling

git clone --recursive https://github.com/jpcima/adljack.git
mkdir adljack/build
cd adljack/build
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ..
cmake --build .

Installing

sudo cmake --build . --target install

Questions

Why are the colors odd-looking in a X11 terminal?

The default terminal setting may prevent the program from being able to define its own colors. In the initialization of your shell, try setting a 256-color terminal type: test "$TERM" = "xterm" && export TERM=xterm-256color

Change Log

Dev

  • ability to set initial volume using the option -v

Version 1.2.0

  • support of new emulators
  • support of MIDI portamento
  • support of OPN2 soft panning
  • resolved a possible crash occurring on the PDCurses build

Version 1.1.0

  • ability to connect audio ports automatically using the option -a

Version 1.1.0-rc.1

  • fidelity improvement of DosBox, MAME and Gens emulators by processing at native sample rate
  • update of the DosBox OPL emulator
  • support of MIDI aftertouch
  • fixed issues with pitch bend and pitch bend sensitivity
  • support of Roland SC-55 sysex: text insert
  • improved computation of the optimal 4 operator channel setting for OPL3
  • fixed long notes cutting prematurely
  • translation support on Windows
  • various fixes

Version 1.0.0

This is the initial release.