Re: [LAU] [Linuxsampler-devel] Fwd: Re: Natural Drum Kit

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Date: Monday, January 3, 2011 - 1:49 pm

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Hi=0A=0AJust an information: I have written a small "tool" which creates gi=
ga-files for =0Asome of the instruments included in the NDK. Each instrumen=
t is an own =0Agiga-file. Currently it does not use any mod-wheel stuff... =
(hi-hat openness... =0Aetc.).=0AFor the velocity dimensions I use libsndfil=
e which measures the peak of each =0Asample-file (as proposed here on the l=
ist) and then the tool defines the =0Adimensions based on this measurement.=
=0A=0AIts a C++ application and I've written it for myself...no warranty...=
;-) =0AIf anyone should be interested then you can drop me a line and I'll=
send you the =0Acode.=0ARegards=0AOliver=0A=0A=0A=0A=0A___________________=
_____________=0AFrom: rosea.grammostola =0ATo:=
Linuxsampler-devel@lists.sourceforge.net=0ACc: Jostein Chr. Andersen =0ASent: Sat, January 1, 2011 8:17:16 PM=0ASubject: [Linuxsampl=
er-devel] Fwd: Re: Natural Drum Kit=0A=0AHi,=0A=0ALet's forward this questi=
on to the people who really knows what they are =0Adoing...=0A=0AWe like to=
make a NDK (drums) file for Linuxsampler. Should we go for =0AGIG or SFZ?=
=0A=0ASee also message below.=0A=0A\r=0A=0A=0A=0Al=F6rdag 01 januari 2011 1=
7.31.47 skrev du:=0A...=0A> You do some interesting and useful work! But w=
ouldn't SFZ be a better=0A> and more flexible option for this project?=0A>=
=0A> Today I tried to convert some Kontakt presets with Extreme Sound=0A> =
Converter via Wine. Seems to work, but also a lot work till you have=0A> =
drumkit...=0A=0A=0A=0APerhaps I should sit back a little and think ab=
out SFZ. I see some people says=0Athat the Gig format is (almost) dead, but=
I don't agree: samples can still be=0Apurcased anywhere and the format is =
very powerful. Do the CVS version of Linux=0Asampler work without problems =
with SFZ and is it possible tom make SFZ files=0Awithout burning the brain?=
If that's the case, then I will consider use SFZ,=0Abut I have to make the=
samples now and the GIG format seem to be the only (?)=0Astable alternativ=
e. Perhaps it might be better to convert from GIG to SFZ=0Alater? One thing=
is for sure: The time it takes to make this stuff is worth=0Ait.=0A=0AJost=
ein=0A=0A=0A---------------------------------------------------------------=
---------------=0ALearn how Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) One Node=
allows customers=0Ato consolidate database storage, standardize their data=
base environment, and, =0Ashould the need arise, upgrade to a full multi-no=
de Oracle RAC database =0Awithout downtime or disruption=0Ahttp://p.sf.net/=
sfu/oracle-sfdevnl=0A_______________________________________________=0ALinu=
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HiJust an information: I have written a small "tool" which =
creates giga-files for some of the instruments included in the NDK. Each in=
strument is an own giga-file. Currently it does not use any mod-wheel stuff=
... (hi-hat openness... etc.).For the velocity dimensions I use libsndf=
ile which measures the peak of each sample-file (as proposed here on the li=
st) and then the tool defines the dimensions based on this measurement.=
Its a C++ application and I've written it for myself...no warranty... ;=
-) If anyone should be interested then you can drop me a line and I'll =
send you the code.RegardsOliverFrom:=
rosea.grammostola <rosea.grammostola@gmail.com>To: Linuxsampler-devel@lists.sou=
rceforge.netCc: Jostei=
n Chr. Andersen <jostein@vait.se>Sent: Sat, January 1, 2011 8:17:16 PMSubject: [Linuxsampler-devel] Fwd: Re: Natu=
ral Drum Kit=0AHi,Let's forward this question to the=
people who really knows what they are doing...We like to make =
a NDK (drums) file for Linuxsampler. Should we go for GIG or SFZ?See also message below.\rl=F6rdag 01 januari 2011=
17.31.47 skrev du:...>  You do some interesting and useful=
work! But wouldn't SFZ be a better>  and more flexible option =
for this project?>>  Today I tried to convert some Konta=
kt presets with Extreme Sound>  Converter via Wine. Seems to wo=
rk, but also a lot work till you have>  drumkit...<s=
nip>Perhaps I should sit back a little and think about SFZ. I se=
e some people saysthat the Gig format is (almost) dead, but I don't agr=
ee: samples can still bepurcased anywhere and the format is very powerf=
ul. Do the CVS version of Linuxsampler work without problems with SFZ a=
nd is it possible tom
make SFZ fileswithout burning the brain? If that's the case, then I wi=
ll consider use SFZ,but I have to make the samples now and the GIG form=
at seem to be the only (?)stable alternative. Perhaps it might be bette=
r to convert from GIG to SFZlater? One thing is for sure: The time it t=
akes to make this stuff is worthit.Jostein---------=
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