Under Linux I can only handle SF2 soundfonts, while a number of free soundfonts come in either GIG or SFZ format. I'd need to convert those two into SF2 format. How to?
I have a program that plays MIDI files and allows me to select from installed MIDI devices on machine. Right now I only have the standard MIDI that comes with windows. My question is if it's possible ...
I'm trying to find the standard SoundFont used in WindowsXP's MIDI Wavetable Synthesizer. I don't know if I get this right, but there seems to be a set of Roland Sound Canvas samples used in XP's ...
In previous OSX versions I could put custom SF2 soundfonts into ~/Library/Audio/Sounds/Banks and then select which soundbank to use in Quicktime. After upgrading to Snow Leopard I noticed that ...