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[fluid-dev] Re: Soundlayering w/ fluidsynth + qsynth (Lutz Morelater)

From: jimmy
Subject: [fluid-dev] Re: Soundlayering w/ fluidsynth + qsynth (Lutz Morelater)
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 13:55:12 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Lutz,

I haven't tried this one yet:


I have only tried this thing called Qmidiroute, can be
found at:


It is really a small file, which I compiled from
source.  It is quite flexible, it allows users to save
different configuration files for different

It allows mapping by channels, by note numbers (split,
zone???), velocity, and CC messages.  Just create a
new tab for each specific mapping.  The configuration
file will save all the tabs togeter.

I haven't thought about using CC messages at all yet,
but I guess one way might be to map instrument/drumkit
selections, which might be invalid for a particular
soundfont, to select some valid instrument/drumkit.

I have tried mapping all notes from one channel to 2
or 3 channels (creating 2, or 3 layers) either in one
instance of fluidsynth (using one soundfont), or 2-3
different instances of fluidsynth to use 2-3 different
soundfonts at the same time (but will require more


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