RGC:Audio SFZ User's Guide

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2011/09/01 21:01:08 (permalink)

RGC:Audio SFZ User's Guide

Hi,

I thought I’d post this link to help anyone searching for a guide to the RGC:Audio SFZ player that is included with some Sonar software.

I’m currently using Home Studio 4, and the SoundFont playing approach is something I’ve not explored until now. SHS4 had a very brief overview of the SFZ plugin, but after reading somewhere that when RGC:AUDIO first released this player, they provided a manual/user’s guide in the form of a FAQ document, - I began to dig around. After following some false trails, I finally tracked it down

The user’s guide can be found at the following address (paste the whole thing into your browser address bar):

web.archive.org/web/20070310131654/http://www.rgcaudio.com/sfzfaq.htm


If you’re a beginner like me, this will help to get you started with this DXi.
Have fun.
 
Edit by Wookiee the link above shown thus has been reported as dirty use at your own risk.
post edited by Wookiee - 2017/10/30 17:45:48
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    MadMusicologist
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    Re: RGC:Audio SFZ User's Guide 2015/01/10 07:07:22 (permalink)
    The given link - thanks anyway - only shows a short overview of functionalities.
    If you wish to go to details, that one does not help much, sorry.
    Somehow I came across some manual, but it might be for an older version:
    http://www.delmarlearning.com/companions/content/1598633147/chappreview/3-314-7_CH04_FINAL.pdf
    post edited by MadMusicologist - 2015/01/10 13:14:59
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    scook
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    Re: RGC:Audio SFZ User's Guide 2015/01/10 11:12:19 (permalink)
    It may be the wave file has a loop defined in it. Open the wave in an audio editor and remove the loop points.
     
     
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    MadMusicologist
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    Re: RGC:Audio SFZ User's Guide 2015/01/10 13:17:20 (permalink)
    Thankx for your reply, scook,
    I was mistaken about the source .wav file. Examining it (as you suggested), I found there was some part of it sounding as if being looped. So I edited the file accordingly, and all problems are gone.
    That's why I edited my post, only the in-depth link remains. :-)
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    scook
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    Re: RGC:Audio SFZ User's Guide 2015/01/10 13:23:30 (permalink)
    If you find the link helpful, the book it was taken from http://noisesculpture.com/cakewalk-synthesizers  might be useful.
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    Re: RGC:Audio SFZ User's Guide 2015/01/11 00:06:25 (permalink)
    I remember buying the Cakewalk Synthesizers book when it first came out. It still makes a good reference for any of the Cakewalk synths. It's still relevant all these years later because the synths have had very little in the way of updates. It's well written with a good index so that you can find specific things easily.

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