alexander axeldenstore at gmail.com
Sun May 27 17:01:25 UTC 2012

On 05/27/2012 07:33 PM, Victor A. Stoichita wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I'm planing to make a gamelan soundfont to use with linuxsampler. 
> Nothing really complicated: 1 sample per key, no sustain loops, some 
> keys use 2 velocity layers.
> I hesitate between GIG and SFZ format. Do they have different 
> possibilities, or are they just two ways to do the same things?
> Also, what would be the workflow to create an SFZ file on linux?
> Cheers to all,
> Victor
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there's a gui editor for .gig.. sfz you edit by hand, once you get to 
know sfz it, with a simple plaintext editor, is far superior than a gui 
could ever be.. There is however a gui for windows that works in wine 
called sfZed, it has a way of putting lots of rowchanges in the .sfz 
file tho so the files have several times more lines than one edited by 
hand.. makes it a pain in the butt to read/customize..

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