Converting a song using different soundfonts

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Posts: 2
Joined: October 10, 2016 - 14:54
Converting a song using different soundfonts

Hello, I am new here.

I am trying to convert a song with the VirtualMidiSynth included converter but when the wav gets made it does not include every soundfont that i already charged.

I mean, I use two sf2 library files and when creating the wav I can hear only one of them.

I charged the first sf2 file on virtualmidisynth #1 and the second on virtualmidisynth #2.

It is only possible to hear them playing both when using Anvil correctly setted.

I need help,

Thanks.

Baz

Posts: 1733
Joined: March 25, 2012 - 01:19
Re: Converting a song using different soundfonts
vcolaiuta wrote:
I mean, I use two sf2 library files and when creating the wav I can hear only one of them.

MIDIConverter uses the same SF2 configuration of device #1, so you'll hear only the soundfonts configured and enabled for device #1.

vcolaiuta wrote:
I charged the first sf2 file on virtualmidisynth #1 and the second on virtualmidisynth #2.

Each virtual device has its own soundfont configuration: SF list is a chain where the latter SF (the bottom one) overwrites the previous (the topmost one) ones.
This means that if you play your MIDI on device VirtualMIDISynth #1 you'll hear only the first SF2.

Take a look at the FAQ for further info, or this other post.