|Subject:||Re: [fluid-dev] Redering and reverb|
|Date:||Tue, 23 Dec 2014 12:13:38 +0100|
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As far I remember it is possible to invoke fluidsynth using a command file.
(option: -f, --load-config). I am not completly sure but in this case, the invoked shell executes
the whole commands set inside this file. Please, tell us if this option does the job or not.
Le 23/12/2014 10:41, Francesco Ariis a écrit :
Hello everyone, I am having some headaches in configuring fluidsynth in rendering a file. To convert a .midi to .ogg, I invoke fluidsynth like this: fluidsynth -a alsa -F out.ogg -T oga patch.sf2 in.mid which does its job. What I want to achieve is to pass some reverb options (e.g `rev_setroomsize 0.5`) to the renderer; apparently this is available as a shell command only, so I can play my MIDI keyboard and set reverb but I cannot render a midi recording with a similar effect. Is there any way around this? My fluidsynth version is 1.1.5, running on Debian wheezy -F
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