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==Official User Guides==
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==Official UI Guides==
  
 
Zynthian has 4 user interfaces that we have documented separately:
 
Zynthian has 4 user interfaces that we have documented separately:
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2. [[Configuration Users Guide]]: Web Configuration Tool.
 
2. [[Configuration Users Guide]]: Web Configuration Tool.
  
3. [[MOD Users Guide|MOD-UI Users Guide]]: MOD Plugin-Host UI.
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3. [[MOD Users Guide|MOD-UI Users Guide]]: MOD Plugin-Host Web UI.
  
 
4. [[Command Line User Guide]]: If you need to manually setup/configure things.
 
4. [[Command Line User Guide]]: If you need to manually setup/configure things.
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==Specific Guides==
 
==Specific Guides==
  
* [[Adding LV2 files]]: Adding LV2 engines to the system.
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* [[Adding LV2 plugins]]: Adding LV2 engines to the system.
  
 
* [[MIDI Network]]: Receive/Send MIDI with RTP-MIDI & QMidiNet
 
* [[MIDI Network]]: Receive/Send MIDI with RTP-MIDI & QMidiNet
  
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* [[Understanding LINUX Audio]]: will help you understand the acronyms mentioned in this Wiki
  
[[Understanding LINUX Audio]] will help you understand the acronyms mentioned in this Wiki
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* [[Aligning Zynthian Touchscreens]]: Guidance on the alignment of non-standard zynthian screens.
  
 
==Beginners==
 
==Beginners==

Latest revision as of 15:36, 3 July 2020

Official UI Guides

Zynthian has 4 user interfaces that we have documented separately:

1. Zynthian UI Users Guide: The Hardware UI. <= You should start here!

2. Configuration Users Guide: Web Configuration Tool.

3. MOD-UI Users Guide: MOD Plugin-Host Web UI.

4. Command Line User Guide: If you need to manually setup/configure things.

Specific Guides

Beginners

First Steps: A brief tutorial on basic UI usage

Quick Start: A beginners tutorial on how to make a piano snapshot

Video Guides

English

First Steps, by Sébastien Marty
MIDI Basics, by Sébastien Marty
Editing SFZ & SF2, by Benoit Bouchez

French

Interface utilisateur, by Benoit Bouchez
Edition SFZ et SF2, by Benoit Bouchez