|Subject:||Re: [fluid-dev] Help adding Fluidsynth console to Qsynth|
|Date:||Tue, 3 Oct 2017 16:22:23 -0600|
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On 10/03/2017 01:15 PM, Liam McGillivray wrote:
I have a forked repository of Qsynth on GitHub. The next task I would like to complete is to add a console for typing commands directly into Fluidsynth, as can be done when running fluidsynth in a terminal. My programming skills are weak, so it would be much appreciated if someone volunteered to help out with this.
I'm not sure if the following information is sufficient for your
needs, but it might be.
If you click the "Setup" button of Qsynth, and click the
"Settings" tab, you will see a lot of settings (as you scroll
through the list).
Not all of these settings are configurable by the normal means.
The additional settings can be controlled from the command line
launching Qsynth, by adding one or more instances of the following
-o, --option [name=value]
(you can either use -o, or --option).
As I recall, I was able to set special parameters this way,
including special parameters in Fluidsynth controlling how sound
generators are reclaimed as new notes require the re-use of active
I'm sorry I can't remember much detail about it - it was years
It used to be easy to modify the desktop launcher for
applications, but they've made it harder to do now (but it can
still be done).
I don't know if this will be enough to help. If it is, it may
save you a lot of work.
-- Sincerely, Aere
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