[music-dsp] Midi to wav conversion

Michael Gogins gogins at pipeline.com
Fri Nov 14 18:37:01 EST 2003

Fluidsynth will also render files.

In addition, it provides a shared library/API for embedding it in another

I have created a plugin Csound opcode "fluid" based on Fluidsynth
(downloadable from Csound on SourceForge).

Michael Gogins
gogins at pipeline period com
Irreducible Productions
CsoundVST, an extended version of Csound for programming music and sound
Available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/csound/

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Damien" <cirotix at yahoo.fr>
To: <music-dsp at shoko.calarts.edu>
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 5:56 AM
Subject: Re: [music-dsp] Midi to wav conversion

> > As much as I like fluidsynth (i use it almost everyday with MusE) I
> > think a
> > better choice is timidity.
> > Fluidsynth is a softsynth and can only process realtime data, the
> > process you
> > are describeing is possible but you need a sequencer to "execute" the
> > midi-file (in my case I use MusE).
> I agree that timidity is a good choice for a stand alone midi to wav.
> > Timidity on the otherhand should do exactly what you are after, convert
> > midifile to a wav with it's built in midi-parser and sequencer.
> But I think he is looking  for C++ library in order to implement himself
> something like a texted based midi to audio directly. Fluidsynth should be
> ok for that.
> damien
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