Started by Destroid, September 10, 2010, 01:07:24
Quote from: "Snu"unfortunately, mpt's soundfont support is rather limited, if you import a soundfont that has multiple layers (most decent ones do), it wont work right.there's really not much way to improve this until multi-layer instruments are added into mpt, and thats a long ways off.for now tho, your best bet is to use a vsti that can load soundfonts, sfz works very well for this, but its not quite as flexible as using samples.... your other option is to load the soundfont into vienna, export the samples, and remake it into a tracker-based instrument...sfz+ can be found at http://www.store.cakewalk.com/b2cus/ProductInfo.aspx?productid=35-CWSZ1.40-20Eor you can use the simpler, but still full featured sfz, http://www.cakewalk.com/support/project5/sfz.aspxboth are freeas for how to use vsts, id suggest getting the openmpt offline manual: http://forum.openmpt.org/index.php?topic=4067.0and looking at chapter 13, im sure it explains it better than i could.
Quote from: "LPChip"w00t!!!sfz+ is currently a free download! Not sure if it remains that way, or is only temporary because they've put it under seasonal gift.
Quote from: "Jojo"Read between the lines: "Oh, here's a software we bought from someone and now don't feel like maintining it anymore, so please take it for free, we won't patch it anymore."