[linux-audio-user] TiMidity++ and FluidSynth
dlphilp at bright.net
Thu Nov 27 11:00:21 EST 2003
For all purposes these days TiMidity == TiMidity++. The original app
is no longer developed by its original coder, nor has it been developed
for years. There's no practical reason to go calling it TiMidity++. But
if it makes you happy... ;)
Joerg Anders wrote:
>On Wed, 26 Nov 2003, Dave Phillips wrote:
>> TiMidity can be configured to use soundfonts. Here's the contents of
>>my ~/timidity.cfg file :
>I would use TiMidity++. The problem is: In contrast to FluidSynth
>TiMidity loads the instruments not until they are really needed.
>That is: If the clarinet keeps silent for - say - 20 measures
>the clarinet waves are not loaded. In measure 20 TiMidity
>starts loading the clarinet. This requires processor time
>and leads to a short gap. (Also with my 2.4 GHz Intel)
>Does anybody know how to change this behaviour?
>And: Does anybody know how to recorord the FluidSynth
>aoutput into a WAV file ?
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