Smurf 0.52.6

The Smurf Sound Font Editor is a sound font editor for Linux and other *nix like operating systems.
The Smurf Sound Font Editor is a sound font editor for Linux and other *nix like operating systems.

Soundfont is considered a standard for creating instruments (also called patches) for use in composing MIDI music. This standard utilizes digital audio "samples" (recorded or generated sounds) with effects and other parameters which can be stored in files for distribution. Creating instrument sounds from audio samples, often referred to as wavetable synthesis, provides a flexible environment that can be supported in hardware (sound cards, studio equipment, etc) or software.

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What's New in This Release:

Fixed sequencer support for newest ALSA CVS (ALSA 0.9.0 versions less than 0.9.0beta6 are no longer supported)
Added command line sound font file open feature as per user request
Fixed AWE wavetable driver blank device file name bug

last updated on:
July 19th, 2006, 11:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Josh Green
homepage:
smurf.sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio

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