How does DimPro handle bad .sfz and .wav files
I am considering upgrading to DimPro from the free sfz.
One frustrating aspect about sfz is debugging.
Whilst there IS a comment character (the "/" slash), sfz essentially ignores
everything that does not match a command, so it's kind of redundant, really.
What I would like to know is: does DimPro help the user when an unrecognized
command has been typed? Some sort of error message, error log, perhaps
a "Parse File" button?
How about file references where the .wav file is missing/incorrectly named?
This is a common error I make, esp. with the number of template
files I have accumulated.
Also, what happens if the .wav files are bad? (Length of a chunk incorrect, say).
I ask this because I wonder some problems I have with sfz are perhaps related
to a bad .wav files.