controlling envelope in SF2 Player

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Yop,


I would like to use some soundfonts for a brass section, SF2 Player does the job, except that the env/lfo tab is inactive (Envelopes, LFOs and filters are not supported by the current instrument).

At first sight, no effect is able to achieve what I'm trying to do.

Is there an alternative to SF2 Player that would allow to control the envelope?


TIA!
Mo Stitchi wrote:
Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:15 pm
Is there an alternative to SF2 Player that would allow to control the envelope?
Of cause there is, but what sound is it you hope to get?
You have us guessing on both the actual sound, and the ENV setting
Can you make a demo on soundcloud for the ENV and one for the SF-sound, then its a bit easier to advise in this
Hello Mister Bear,

Here is a short file with the sax soundfont played by SF2 Player. The first scale is the sound "out of the box", the second one has a sort of envelop made with automation. Not exactly what I want, but quite close to.

https://soundcloud.com/user-121938440/atest/s-94fuG

Obviously, using automation to create the envelope of each note in a whole track will be rather cumbersome, especially for short and quick notes. Any idea of workaround will be much appreciated.

TIA!
Mo Stitchi wrote:
Wed Oct 11, 2017 6:27 pm
Any idea of workaround will be much appreciated.
i tried to make one in zasfx. Its ok in low register, but a bit kazooie in higher
Here is the project

Bahh it wont let me attach today, so its on here:
https://www.sendspace.com/file/ce6slm
Do scan for vira!
Hello Mister Bear,

Thanks for the file!

But (there is a "but") I don't uderstand what the heck you did with this Zynaddsubfx thing....I will dive into (taking breath...)
Mo Stitchi wrote:
Sat Oct 14, 2017 8:48 am
I don't uderstand what the heck you did with this Zynaddsubfx thing.
I have made many tutorials on how to use the deep settings in Zynaddsubfx (zasfx) You can find them on my playlist for instrument-building -here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... R7Ncz5Zwo6

Start with the oldest, because there is a learning curve..

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