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Sfzformat - documenting SFZ and how to use it

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DSmolken

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Great, if you figure it out and want to share the files, we'll be happy to turn this into a tutorial.
 

dore_m

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I have some basic partial pedaling working. I can get the release time to change according to the CC64 value, and it continuously changes using ampeg_dynamic=1 as you suggested. That's cool!

Now, I need to set three ranges, for example when CC64 is: range 0-32, normal 0.8 second release. Range 33-64, variable depending on number. Range 65-127, full sustain (or we can just set to a full 10 or 12 seconds).

Can this be done with custom curves? "locc64=33 hicc64=64" doesn't seem to filter out below 33 and above 64.
 

benwiggy

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The GUIs, that's not public, and the main XML for each instrument bank needs to be digitally signed by Plogue, but they'll do that for free for non-commercial instruments which are half-decent. You can contact them if you want the documentation and example files.
Just to necro-post on this: I've modified the GPO5 instrument bank XML file, and everything seems to work. I've added extra instruments that I've created, and changed which GUI xml files the instruments are assigned.
 
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Interesting! Maybe the GPO ones are signed differently. I know a couple of my older freebies broke when uploaded to Github which either added or stripped out a linefeed from three older XMLs edited using some specific editor years ago... so they can be real sensitive.
 
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