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Re: [fluid-dev] Bug or Configuration Option: RAM or Sample limitations i

From: David Henningsson
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Bug or Configuration Option: RAM or Sample limitations in 32-bit Windows Build
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2012 00:31:07 +0100
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On 11/29/2012 06:35 PM, Graham Goode wrote:
Hi David,

I started with a 7 rank theatre organ soundfont, which loaded ok, then
we added three more ranks which doubled the file size (larger samples
than the previous ranks) and it did not load in jOrgan. So I took the
7 rank sf2, added just one rank... that loaded... added another...
that did not load.

But, I have since then loaded up Qsynth with the same dlls that I'm
using in jOrgan and there is no issue loading the 10 rank
soundfont.... so the issue must lie somewhere in the fluidsynth jni or
JAVA handling?

So it seems, but without a better error message than "that did not load", it is quite hard to tell.

Kind regards,

On 11/29/12, David Henningsson <address@hidden> wrote:
On 11/29/2012 01:59 PM, Graham Goode wrote:

I recently built the Fluidsynth 1.1.6 25th November SVN package using
VS2010, with the dsound, PortAudio, and Native Jack drivers. I ran
into an issue with the build today that was strange - I could load a
sf2 file of 350megs in size, but when I attempt to load one just over
400megs (403megs in this case) - it won't load...

This is built as libfluidsynth.dll which is then loaded via a JAVA
object to be controlled by jOrgan.

Any suggestions as to where the limitation is being set?

Hi Graham,

Do you get some kind of error message? Debug log? Something that can
give a hint about why this happens?

I mean, what makes you think it's the size of the sf2 file (and nothing
else) that causes it not to load correctly?

// David

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