[LAU] Help with fluidsynth and midi from drum pads
bengan at kthnoc.net
Tue Sep 18 04:50:32 EDT 2007
tisdag 18 september 2007 09:54 skrev Clemens Ladisch:
> You could use aseqdump to have the computer interpret it.
Ok. Missed that one. Thanks.
> That's maximum velocity.
Yes. I struck the pads a few times and just copied the last one.
> > Note on for Acoustic Bass Drum with velocity 0
> Velocity 0 actually means note off.
Yes. I followed some links and found out that it's normal to do that instead
of note off. Do you know if note off and note on velocity 0 behave
differently according to specs or is it just up to the implementation? I
can't find any readable MIDI-specs for that. Pointers would be appreciated.
> It's possible that fluidsynth cuts off the sound as soon as the note off
> is received. Many GM synths ignore note off messages on the drum
> channel. Probably you're using a sound font where the decay and release
> times for drum sounds are different; try different ones.
Ok. I just switched sounds within the same SF. I'll give it another shot with
different SF. I also think I saw a SF-editor so I might fire that up and have
peek at the SF:s to see how they are build up. I really don't know much about
SF but now's the time to learn :-)
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