On 10/15/2011 11:25 AM, Dan MacDonald wrote:
as you might infer from my replies, having a stand-alone application to
edit, create and possibly also play a specific sampler file format is
the way to go.
qsampler (probably the other siblings too) have a hook to the gigedit
editor. yes it's a .gig file editor (no .sfz i'm afraid) and last time
i've checked there was a big "edit" button on each sampler channel strip
for just that.
all that to say, once a genuine sfz editor becomes available it won't be
much of a trouble for you to ask and integrate it into the
how about joining the gigedit project? adding support for .sfz might be
interesting if not the answer for your questions ;)
rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela
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