[linux-audio-user] Recommendatio wanted
robert.jonsson at dataductus.se
Fri Nov 28 09:37:15 EST 2003
Joerg Anders wrote:
> On Fri, 28 Nov 2003, Mark Constable wrote:
>>Excellent, thanks... any chance of the FluidSynth string
>>envelope problem ....
> Ok, I got it! At the end of:
> You'll find 3 files:
> - strings_hardware.mp3 (67K)
> - strings_timidity.mp3 (121K)
> - strings_fluid.mp3 (71K)
Crappy headphones and lots of background noise, but isn't there a layer
missing from the fluid output?
It definitely sound different...
> produced by hardware midi synthesizer, TiMidity++, and
> FluidSynth. It is the same midi and the same
> soundfont (8mbgmsfx.sf2).
> In contrast to TiMidity++ and the hardware midi synthesizer
> FluidSynth produces a clear attack.
> Inside a big orchestra this leads to inaudible strings.
> Or - if you increase the volume - to "attacking" strings.
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