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Re: [fluid-dev] Query regarding FluidSynth

From: Marcus Weseloh
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Query regarding FluidSynth
Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2018 15:22:04 +0200

Hi Swapnil,

Fluidsynth can do what you ask. You can use the following command line:

fluidsynth /path/to/soundfont.sf2 /path/to/midifile.mid --fast-render=/path/to/output.wav

You can also specify the audio format with --audio-file-format if Fluidsynth has been compiled with libsndfile support.

For more info, please have a look at the manual or the man page:



2018-04-04 14:50 GMT+02:00 Swapnil Gupta <address@hidden>:
Hi Aron,

Thanks for the response. I might be a little unclear in my query. What I want is given a MIDI file and a soundfont, I want to get a wav file out of that. Not sure if this is what you answered in your last email. Thank you.


On Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 6:18 PM, Aaron Laws <address@hidden> wrote:
On Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 8:33 AM, Swapnil Gupta <address@hidden> wrote:
Hey guys,

I guess everyone id doing great. I am Swapnil and I work with a startup named MusicMuni Labs Pvt Ltd. I have been exploring softwares that can help me get a wav file generated using a MIDI file and soundfonts. I came across fluidsynth and was wondering if it helps in achieving this goal? 

Swapnil Gupta
Technical Lead
MusicMuni Labs Pvt Ltd

Fluidsynth can help you play back that wave file that you've made into a midi definition. To create the the soundfont, you'll need a soundfont creator (polyphone, swami, etc.). Good luck!

In Christ,
Aaron Laws 

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