[openbeos-midi] Re: The SoftSynth

  • From: Jerome Leveque <jerl1@xxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos-midi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 02 Dec 2002 20:20:02 +0100

>Hi there,
>What Jerome said is not correct :
>The Allegro softsynth can use his own softsynth if you use the "DIGMID"
>driver (look at the "setup" programm, and in the documentation of the DIGMID
>driver on the Allegro website, and be carefull to download the correct
>version of Allegro for BeOS at bebits).
>The softsynth is even able to read GUS and sf2 banks (but you need to use an
>utility to convert the sf2 banks in order to use them), wich was not the
>case of the R5 softsynth (if i remember correctly).
>Using this DIGMID softsynth is not recommended though, as it has poor
>performances (that's why the default setting is to use the Beos softsynth).
>But it could be possible to optimize it.

Salut Benjamin,

With the name of the file this is easier to find it. Then I read that file And 
the synth 
are really pretty and don't do reverb.

Is it right now?


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