Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] how good are soundfonts and where do I find them?
From: Them (idragosani_AT_chapelperilous.net)
Date: Thu Jul 08 2004 - 01:20:18 EEST
Mark Knecht wrote:
>> If you find some decent Mellotron sounds, I'd be interested in hearing
>> about it. I've got a VST plugin with samples from a real Mellotron,
>> but I've yet to get it working using libfst or vstserver. I may just
>> end up making my own samples of the samples (which are, after all,
>> early analog samples of real instruments) and using them as soundfonts
>> or something along those lines. Of course, I can't redistribute them,
>> since the samples from GMedia are copyrighted.
> If you're up for trying something new (I'm not a sound Font fan) you can
> get a free Mellotron gig file at
> (Look under 'Oldies'.)
OK, thanks for the ref. Not a big fan of soundfonts either (my card
doesn't support them anyway, I'd need a softsynth that does).
> LS is all very much development software, and there are a lot of changes
> going on right now so it may be broken, but maybe you'll get lucky. LS
> is a Jack application and gerneally runs very well for me on most gig
> files. There are still a few it really dies on but I cannot get the
> developers to pay attention to those yet.
> I use a different, for money, Mellotron gig file under QSampler and GSt,
> but this free one is certain OK when buried in the right mix.
What Mellotron sounds are these?
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