Order of the Butterfly
Posts: 467 from 2003/2/25
You can try FrozenLiquid (here
You'll need to get a SoundFont (SF2) to make it works, they are easy to find. Usually, the bigger the better... Instruments are stored as samples. A huge quantity of RAM can be consumed if you pick a large soundfont.
A Midi Cluster named against the soundfont filename is created.
FrozenLiquid outputs by default to AHI 0 channel via Reggae framework.
To play a Midi song, you have the PlayMidi command line.
PlayMidi midisong.mid clustername
- midisong.mid is the Midi file to play
- clustername is the Midi Cluster to connect to (if soundfont filename is foo.sf2, clustername is foo.sf2)
If you have some external hardware Midi Expander, just pick the its clustername to push Midi events to.