On Sat, 7 Jul 2012 09:39:04 +0200 (CEST)
Julien Claassen wrote:
> Hello Nils!
The are new features now which marks version 1.4.
Instead of a temp file you cn create a regular sfz file with relative paths.
lisalosfzgenerator.py path/to/samples -o path/to/output.sfz
The working directory is not a good idea here because the path you give for output.sfz (which can be the working directory of course. Just give the filename without any paths) is the root path for the sfz internally.
Also new: If you use lisalosfzgenerator.py with a single wave or ogg file, instead of a sample directory, you get that sample mappend and transposed over the whole keyboard range. If you choose to load a single file the -k parameter will be the root, the center of the sample mapping.
Example to load a recorded piano middle C to the right keys:
lisalosfzgenerator.py pianoC.wav -k 60
Example to load a Glockenspiel middle C (note off is ignored aka. percussive mode)
lisalosfzgenerator.py pianoC.wav -pr -k 60
Of course all this in in the -h parameters.
There is also a small convenience program called
lisalo-quickload-samples which will start directly start Linuxsampler through Lisalo with your wave dir/file.
-k and -p work here as well.
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