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Re: [fluid-dev] Android app questions and issues

From: Stanislav Kokorev
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Android app questions and issues
Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2020 16:23:53 +0300

Ok, Thanks a lot!
Think, I will show minimum as API 28 cause I have tested it personally.
I understand risks now.

As for "artifacts" - agree, that was wrong word.
I'm using extract with drums kits from Titanic 200. To my taste these
are most naturally sounding kits from available free banks.
At present I set synth gain to 1.5. On both tested devices it sounds the same.
There is some kind of distortion on metronome 2 sound. Maybe too loud sample.
And on drum kicks there is some kind of tail with crackles. It could
be heard in headphones only.
Kick samples in bank were very loud.  I have applied 4 db attenuation
on them and now it sounds better. These tails are still presented, but
not so annoying.
Think, I can release app with these.

Many Thanks for support,

пн, 2 нояб. 2020 г. в 15:26, Tom M. via fluid-dev <fluid-dev@nongnu.org>:
> > how could it work on Samsung A50 phone with Api-28 (Android 9) ?
> Apparently, this particular function in6addr_any is already available
> in API 28. Which is why it works in this particular case.
> > And what should I set as minimum target version for the app ?
> The minimum target version should be set to the highest API version
> that *any* of your components require. I.e. if your java app requires
> API23 while it uses fluidsynth (which was built against API29), your
> minimum target version would be API29. Anything below API29 cannot be
> safely used.
> > If, for example I will set it to Api-27 (Android 8.1. Oreo) , will it work?
> Maybe it does, maybe not.
> Also note, that there is no specific need for fluidsynth to require at
> least API29. It's just that our CI system was configured to build
> against API29, because it just worked fine.
> Tom
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