Dimension Pro ignores "cutoff" opcode in SFZ files..?
I've converted some soundfonts to the SFZ-format using Extreme Sample Converter (ESC). Some of these soundfonts make use of filters for the samples (e.g. applying a lowpass to the samples for low velocity) and ESC also put these into the SFZ-files by using the "cutoff" opcode.
The SFZ sounds fine when I load it into rgc audio's sfz player, so the conversion from ESC seems to be correct. But when I load the same SFZ into one of Dimension Pro's elements, it doesn't apply the cutoff. The sounds are simply unfiltered. It seems that Dimension Pro (in contrast to sfz player) ignores the cutoff opcode in the SFZ files... which seems strange. Or do I have to make any further settings to get it to work?
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