[LAU] Fluidsynth map channels to audio outputs?

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Date: Friday, January 18, 2013 - 8:52 pm

So, in Fluidsynth setting synth.output-channels to a number greater than
2 will create pairs of L + R channels.

Now, is there a way to map MIDI channels to audio output channels.
E.g. MIDI 1 -> audio 1 & 2

The obvious advantage is the possibility for example to record into
ardour on separate tracks without having to manually play over and over
muting midi tracks etc.

From what I understand from the manual the router is only applied to MIDI.

Qsynth actually does seem to have exactly this option in Setup > Audio
there is a checkbox "Multiple JACK Outputs" and the tip says "Create
Multiple JACK output ports for channels, groups and effects". But
selecting it has no effect, and actually overrides and ignores the Audio
Channel setting.

Any help appreciated.

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[LAU] Fluidsynth map channels to audio outputs?, Lorenzo Sutton, (Fri Jan 18, 8:52 pm)
Re: [LAU] Fluidsynth map channels to audio outputs?, Pedro Lopez-Cabanillas, (Fri Jan 18, 11:05 pm)