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Getting better sounds inexpensively
I had a query at the helpdesk today about using soundfonts to get better sounds. The following is an expansion on my response. I hope you find it helpful if you're looking for better sound than the GS Wavetable, but don't have a sound library or other synthesizer options.
We have a page at http://www.notation.com/Articles-Soundfonts.htm that gives "the long version". Lots of information to help you understand soundfonts and how they work.
After this all you need to do is be sure to run SynthFont before you run Composer. You can then load the soundfont(s) that you want in SynthFont for the corresponding channel assignments of each staff in Composer, and there you go
If there is any interest, I can put together a quicky video tutorial about using these together.
Music is to the soul like water is to green growing things.
Last edited by Sherry C; 03-21-2010 at 07:44 PM. Reason: typo
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