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[fluid-dev] Re: exporting SYSEX files from fluidsynth

From: Ebrahim Mayat
Subject: [fluid-dev] Re: exporting SYSEX files from fluidsynth
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 16:34:58 -0400

On Mon, 2009-10-12 at 13:17 -0700, address@hidden wrote:

> No, FluidSynth doesn't parse .scl directly.  What we've added is  
> support for SYSEX commands embedded in MIDI data.  So you could add  
> the proper MTS SYSEX commands into a MIDI file.  This is better than  
> the pitch bender hacks, since you can have more than one note playing  
> on a channel, where-as the pitch bender method means you can only have  
> 1 note at a time (since the bend affects all notes on a given channel).
> I saw that Scala also had support for exporting FluidSynth shell  
> commands (see "help tuning" in the FluidSynth shell), so it seems  
> there was already a method of leveraging alternative tunings.  This  
> new feature just allows for the ability to embed the tuning in a MIDI  
> file or send it via a MIDI driver or device.

Thanks for the clarification.
> > BTW, check out
> > <http://www.mail-archive.com:80/address@hidden/msg01115.html>
> >
> Sometimes it seems like time loops around on itself ;)
for (fluidsynth = 0; fluidsynth <=  gazillion ; fluidsynth++)
printf ("Long live fluidsynth!")


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