How about Soundfont compatibility?

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How about Soundfont compatibility?

Post by yrag »

Hi Jessie:
I was just wondering, how about Soundfont compatibility?

If you (could) open ThumbJam to the existing soundfont file format, it would seem to me, the sky's the limit!


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Absolutely, Jesse I just

Post by paco »

Absolutely, Jesse

I just started playing around with coo2, which isn't nearly as sophisticated as thumbjam, but it can use sound fonts in sf2 format. That means hundreds on real good quality sounds available instantly, including partially looped samples, which are so hard to do right in thumb jam at the moment . You should definitely consider sf2 import, and then you won't have to worry about the sounds anymore.

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Please, soundfont support. +1

Post by genmce »

Please, soundfont support.

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even if not in soundfont, i'd

Post by starpause »

even if not in soundfont, i'd be happy for thumbjam to support any of the formats that these utilities can convert to:

of note: extranslator (ESC) is keen on supporting every format under the sun (they've added XRNI aka renoise instruments) so it's not out of the question for them to support the thumbjam format ... if it's published?

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