|Subject:||[fluid-dev] Using multiple soundfonts from unix command line|
|Date:||Mon, 11 Jun 2018 14:20:59 +0100|
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Background: I'm generating midi files using Lilypond. I want to create audio that uses instruments from different soundfonts, and I want to control this from the unix command line, so that audio production is in an automated pipeline (I use gnu make).
My first attempt to do this was via a config file:
This does not work (the wav is generated, but not using the instruments specified in the select commands) - I guess that the instructions in myMusic.mid override what I had set up in the config file.
This doesn't work. I guess -F means that FluidSynth is not reading shell commands from stdin.
What should I do? I'm new to using FluidSynth in anything other
than a very basic way. I may well be missing something 'obvious'!
Using: FluidSynth 1.1.6 on Mac
PS - FluidSynth is brilliant! Thanks to all involved.
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