[ubuntu-studio-devel] Would Ubuntu Studio Team be Interested in Partnering with New England Conservatory?

brian at linuxsynths.com brian at linuxsynths.com
Sun May 29 09:54:02 UTC 2016


I found a couple useful resources for Soundfont files at
LinuxMusicians here. (If this is the kind of thing you're looking for) 

Samples-to-SFZ [1]  



On Sun, 29 May 2016 11:18:03
+0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote: 

> On Sun, 29 May 2016 10:32:33 +0200, Set
Hallstrom wrote:
>> FOSS and GNU/Linux is forged in a quite new and
ground-breaking vision of how copyright should operate. I'm underlining
this because how you let them 
>>> * Having their name on
>> could have very counter productive effects on your plan, or
make it plain incompatible with FOSS on a legal level.
> Copyright
could mean Creative Commons copyright licenses. I didn't
> reply on
Friday, but read the OP's mail and read both, the Debian and
> Ubuntu
policies regarding creative commons requirements, for e.g. sound
fonts. The copyright shouldn't be an issue, if just the name should be
mentioned, e.g. new-england-conservatory-sound-font. Camouflaged
advertising might be an issue or at least ethical aspects could be
> a
problem, I doubt that monsanto-sound-font or nestle-sound-font are
wanted, but a new-england-conservatory-sound-font might be ok.
However, is there such a sound font already available?
> Data bases
with sounds could be helpful, but there are already several
> data bases
with needed sounds available and nobody has the time to make
> a sound
font from the available sounds.
> I'm not an Ubuntu (Studio) team
member, just interested in sharing
> help, software, whatsoever ...
Has anybody ever made a sound font? If so, what software did you use
to make the sound font?
> Regards,
> Ralf


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