|Subject:||Re: [fluid-dev] Tremolo, fluidsynth and CC 1|
|Date:||Sat, 4 Jul 2020 17:36:12 +0000 (UTC)|
>It is particularly useful to know that I can change what FS does by changing parameters in the sound fonts.
Yes fluidsynth and any SF2 compliant synthesizers sould always instructed by soundfonts articulations parameters. They are
only reproducer sound engine. In other words the synthesizer should never take any decision.
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> Objet : [fluid-dev] Tremolo, fluidsynth and CC 1
>Thanks for the update and corrections to my thoughts and ideas. It is particularly useful to know that I can change what FS does by changing parameters in the sound fonts.
>At the moment I just want something that works so that I can experiment with it. My code does not produce ANY modulation at present and you say the modulator may be disabled in the sound font. I have examined several of my sound fonts using viena and cannot see any way to positively DISABLE any modulators. (I am not a sound font expert, normally just a sound font user - but ready to learn).
>However the modulators can be altered and in some cases the default frequency has been altered for particular instruments.
>I am attaching one of the sound fonts in which fluidsynth and my code fails to activate any modulation or vibrato. All of the sound fonts I regularly use accompany eplayOrgan when it is downloaded and installed.
>Any advice on enabling/disabling modulators will be gratefully received.
>I have googled "fliudsynth christian" and surprisingly there were some results connecting the two but nothing obviously of any value to my problem/s. So - how do I get Christians advice on tremolo?
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