mudlord wrote:RichNagel: WOW, that site is badass Looks super cool!
phanboy4: because XP sucks, it didn't like floating point sample output (boo!). So we made it only work on Vista and up, which do natively support such sample formats. Seems under XP in this case for BASSMIDI, the FP sample methods caused latency.
As an experiment (when I was hearing low latency), I setup my antique version of Cakewalk Pro v3.01 like this
Bregalad wrote:Wow just wow I'm not the only one who STILL use that program I can't belive it ! I use Calkewalk 3 because all the newer version sucks hard. Don't fix it if it's not broken.
Sorry but is there any planned support for NRPN message listed here ?
Looking into it, there was indeed a problem with the sysex reading, which meant that GS sysex events (eg. to enable a 2nd drum channel) weren't being processed. An update (22.214.171.124) to fix that is up on the BASS page now.
MAN! We need to start a club! CWP301 is ALL, and I repeat ALL, that I have ever used for my MIDI sequencing and composing... going back to 1995 when I first bought it Before that, it was Sequencer Plus Pro for DOS by Voyetra, but after purchasing CWP3 for Windows, I never gave SPP a second look <grin>.
Bregalad wrote:even though was originally written with Windows 3.1 in mind (it makes me laugh they call the i486 a "high clocked" processor).
Bregalad wrote:Even if it would stop working in newer Windows there would probably a way to run it through Linux + Wine or DOSBox.
Bregalad wrote:I don't use Cakewalk Pro but Cakewalk Express 3.01 but I think it's pretty much the same. I think it was free so maybe the pro version has more features.
Bregalad wrote:The newer Cakewalks sucks hard. I mean usually when releasing a newer version of a program you'll add new features, optimize things, etc... Here they REMOVED features, and tons of them!
Bregalad wrote:The only bad thing about CW3 is that you can only remove sysexes but not ADD them. So I always have to use another program to make a blank MIDI file with the sysexes I want and do the sequencing in CW3, works fine for me.
Hey, I'd never heard of your "Arachno" SoundFont before... sounds real nice!
Love the documentation too! Hehe, I've always considered myself the "King of plain-text files" <grin>, but I like those spiffy looking docs that you provided with your Arachno SoundFont
Maxime wrote:When I wrote the documentation, I was afraid that nobody would read it because of its length... so I'm always pleased to read comments from people who found it useful!
Maxime wrote:I'm currently listening to my own MIDI files with your SoundFont. Sounds good and nicely balanced, but I still have many presets to check!
Maxime wrote:Your Power drumkit would sound very nice with MaliceX's Jazz Jackrabbit Boss Level MIDI, if he had used it instead of a XG drumkit
Maxime wrote:BTW, I'm also an occasional CWP 3.x user Used this thing to assign GS/XG presets to my own MIDI files, to check them on my Roland SC-8850 and Yamaha MU1000 GS/XG synths...
Tarvis wrote:EDIT: I've figured it out. Apparently the installer didn't change this registry entry for whatever reason, in: HKEY_LOKAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32\ download/file.php?id=7199
Tarvis wrote:but otherwise sounds awesome!
Yamaha XG Hall 2 Reverb
Hall 2 F0 43 10 4C 02 01 00 01 01 F7
Yamaha XG Hall 2 Reverb Parameters
Reverb Time F0 43 10 4C 02 01 02 19 F7 00-45
Diffusion F0 43 10 4C 02 01 03 0A F7 00-0A
Initial Delay F0 43 10 4C 02 01 04 1C F7 00-3F
Hpf Cutoff F0 43 10 4C 02 01 05 06 F7 00-34
Lpf Cutoff F0 43 10 4C 02 01 06 2E F7 22-3C
Dry/Wet F0 43 10 4C 02 01 0B 28 F7 01-7F
Rev Return F0 43 10 4C 02 01 0C 40 F7 00-7F
Rev Pan F0 43 10 4C 02 01 0D 40 F7 01-7F
Reverb Delay F0 43 10 4C 02 01 10 0D F7 00-3F
Density F0 43 10 4C 02 01 11 03 F7 00-04
Er/RevBal F0 43 10 4C 02 01 12 4A F7 01-7F
Feedback F0 43 10 4C 02 01 14 40 F7 01-7F
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