with your kind advice, the CC91 issue is resolved, on my side. I'll inform
the jOrganists that for ensuring full usability of CC91 in FS the
soundfonts reverberation has to be set to 0%. Presently, AFAIK all our commonly
used soundfonts are set to 100% reverb, so changing that controller in FS didn't
show any result.
Thank you, Gents, you for all your efforts to make the great new features
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Re: [fluid-dev] Are we release ready?
2010-08-28 18:43, Bernd Casper skrev:
> Hi David,
Thanks for testing, but please post these issues to the list
privately to me, then more people could help analyzing and
them. I took the liberty of cc:ing in the list on this one, I
> not tested enough to be absolutely sure,
but the jOrgan group is just researching a controller issue - CC91 (reverb)
*seems* not to work in FS 1.1.2.
> Perhaps you could already help us,
with providing a correct MIDI message sequence how to activate this controller
in FS? Actually we're using 176 91 [0 - 127].
Yes, the midi bytes seem
correct to me. I have a working reverb
controller here - to test, I try
"rev_preset 3" and a single note here,
and while it is sounding, I change
the reverb control from 0 to 127 with
a shell command "cc 0 91 127". I then
immediately notice a difference in
the sound. I've also noticed that the
difference isn't *that* much,
especially if the soundfont has a lot of
reverb from the start.
This seems to be according to the sf2 standard,
and you should be able
to work around this by changing the default
modulator (CC91 to reverb
send) and increase the "amount". The default is
that the cc can change
the amount by max 0.2 (on a total scale between 0
Can you please verify that this is working for you?