after a long time I have just gone back to the LS SFZ documentation and found
it to be quite powerful and feature rich. But there are two questions I
haven't been able to solve yet:
1. Does the osccilator keyword really work and if so in which section (global,
group, region,...)? I get asn error message using it with LinuxSampler 2.1.1
(the ArchLinux package).
2. The waveguide keyword: how are other audio sources sent to it? By
lokey-hikey definitions or does a group have to have two regions with a sample
as source and a sample as waveguide?
As a question of secondary importance: in conjunction with the wavetable
oscillator is the oscillator_table_size honoured? I tried it with the
Adventure Kid WaveForms (AKWF www.adventurekid.se) and set it to 600 (600
samples per wave cycle), but still had to tune the resulting sample
accordingly by two semitones and a few cents.
Am 18.11.19 um 23:15 schrieb Jeanette C.:
> 1. Does the osccilator keyword really work and if so in which section
> (global, group, region,...)? I get asn error message using it with
> LinuxSampler 2.1.1 (the ArchLinux package).
SFZ is just a spec and all Open Source implementations of it that I know
of, have only partial support for all its features.
Linuxsampler does not currently support any of the 'oscillator' opcodes
Nov 19 2019, Christopher Arndt has written:
> Even in this document many of the opcodes are shown as struck through,
> i.e not yet supported, among them also 'oscillator_*' and 'waveguide'.
> Maybe that wasn't made clear or shown at all by your screenreader?
Indeed. the terminal couldn't represent that.