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Re: [fluid-dev] Questions Regarding Fluidsynth On Windows

From: Graham Goode
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Questions Regarding Fluidsynth On Windows
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2012 08:04:37 +0200

Hi Aere,

The jOrgan open source project uses Fluidsynth via a JNI, so take a
look at Sven's source code for that to see if it is what you're

Kind regards,

On 10/1/12, Aere Greenway <address@hidden> wrote:
> All:
> I have a few quick questions regarding Fluidsynth running on Windows,
> hoping one of you might be able to quickly answer them.  I am not asking
> anyone to spend time researching it.
> Firstly, is the latency on Windows comparably to what it is on Linux?
> Secondly, does it show up in the control panel "Sounds and Audio Devices
> Properties" ... "Audio" tab ... "MIDI music playback" group?
> If any of you have a version of Fluidsynth on Windows (tested and
> working) that is accessible from Java Sound, I am interested in what you
> have.
> Having already written the JNI code (in Linux) allowing access (by Java
> Sound) to ALSA devices, I can write the code to do something similar in
> Windows, (making it available for others).  I just don't want to
> re-invent the wheel.
> --
> Sincerely,
> Aere

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