fluidsynth -f option
joan_quintana at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 14 13:17:24 BST 2009
Thanks everybody for this nice discussion "Forging a new path". While most of the contributors can deal with philosophical thoughts, this poor soul is fighting (and learning a lot) trying to make music in an open source basis.
My idea is execute fluidsynth (and another applications) from shell, and have a boot script where I can put all the actions. So I open my laptop and I can start recording or playing back.
Typically I write
$ fluidsynth -a alsa -m alsa_seq /home/joan/Escritorio/AltosaxJan.SF2A
and I can see the settings:
I can also see the settings with QSynth.
What I want is to load the settings from a configuration file (man fluidsynth):
fluidsynth -f fluidsynth.cfg,
but strangely there is no information nowhere (Google,...). It seems like I'm the only one trying that. I'm interested in the format of the file, of course, I tried:
fluidsynth tries to read the file but of course the format is wrong.
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