This isn't for everyone...
If you're one of those people who has an idea about the SFZ format and edits their own SFZ definition files by hand, you may be interested in the SFZ Tools for UltraEdit that I am making available.
You can get the tools (they're free) and read more about what the tools can do for you here: http://noisesculpture.com/sfztools.html The documentation explaining how to use the tools is set out in the Read This First note included within the zip file.
If this is of use to a wider group of people, then my intention is to turn the tools over to the community. Hopefully this will encourage people to help fix problems, but also to come up with useful stuff such as scripts and macros. So if it is of interest and you want to get involved/take over, you just have to say.
Simon - Thank you! Very generous of you!
BTW - I love your book! Really excellent work that I highly recommend to anyone that owns any of Cakewalk's synths.
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