Hi, Ien

 

>Is there any way to programmatically normalize the perceived volume across 
>soundfonts, perhaps by inspection of certain soundfont properties?

 

It is possible but not in the scope of "FluidSynth" (as far i know). Rather, 
this must be done at Soundfont design time, in the scope of SoundFont Editor 
(Swami,...).

In fact in a Soundfont, all audio samples are in a record. Often Soundfont 
editor have an internal "sample editor" . Element is probably a good advisor.

 

Regards

 

jjc

 

 

 

> Message du 15/02/17 04:56
> De : "Ien Cheng" 
> A : "FluidSynth mailing list" 
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> Objet : [fluid-dev] Any way to normalize the perceived volume of soundfonts?
> 
>
Hi all -

>
When generating sound with FluidSynth, wome soundfonts sound "louder" or 
"softer" than others, using the same volume/velocity numbers. 

>
Is there any way to programmatically normalize the perceived volume across 
soundfonts, perhaps by inspection of certain soundfont properties?

>
All the best, Ien




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