FluidSynth setup

Job one is installing the Miditzer and getting it configured
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Post by grumpyom » Wed Dec 14, 2005 10:04 am

.50 installs
"Miditzer.sf2, and I installed "corg_m110.sf2".  Loading these via
the FluidSynth setup doesn't make any difference.  What about
using the John Tay soundfonts.  Could you untangle this for
us.  Thanks....what a treat.


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Post by Jim Henry » Wed Dec 14, 2005 10:42 am

Miditzer.sf2 is exactly the same as corg_m110.sf2.  The name was
changed so that new versions of Bruce's sound font wouldn't affect the
Miditzer code.

You can use John Tay's sound fonts.  I think you'll want to load
Miditzer.sf2 and then John's 3 fonts.  I haven't tried it but
others have.

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