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Re: [fluid-dev] fluid~ crashes

From: Peter Hanappe
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] fluid~ crashes
Date: Thu, 04 Mar 2004 15:20:30 +0100
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I thought I sent the mail below, but it didn't show up in the
mailing list. Sorry if this is a double post.



Garett Shulman wrote:

> Just though I would chime in:
> Native fluidsynth LADSPA does have its benefits. Having to specifically
> enable it at build time is no problem, but please don't disregard it
> completely.

Okay, I won't disregard it.

> While I'm at it... This is probably completely outside the paridigm of
> fluidsynth, so if you are offended by the suggestion please just
> disregard... Really, the only thing that is keeping fluidsynth from
> completely emulating subtractive synthesis is pwm. It would be usefull
> to have a generator that could take an offset from the start of a
> sample
> and set all output of that sample to 0 after that. Or something like
> that. But, perhaps such a beast does not belong in the main fluidsynth
> source. Perhaps a patch would be more appropriate.

Do you think PWM is possible using the modulation envelope? You could
control the width by changing the decay and sustain phases in runtime.
The volume envelope can not drop to zero instantaniously but in a span
of 64 samples.


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