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Re: foo_midi (foobar2000 v2.0)

Reply #127
Yeah, well, I trust the 2 most important ones, MS Defender and Kaspersky.

Re: foo_midi (foobar2000 v2.0)

Reply #128
Something I asked about back when kode54 maintained the component, but I thought it might be worth asking again.

Is support for the Ensoniq AudioPCI wavetables feasible? They consist of three .ECW format soundbank files, similar to soundfonts. 2MB, 4MB & 8MB respectively. Support for these wavetables continued as late as the release of the SoundBlaster Audigy, which offered an alternative Windows MIDI device called "Creative S/W synth" in order to access them instead of the usual soundfonts.

There's a format specification here if it helps. I have the 2MB and 8MB banks uploaded here and here. (I suspect the 4MB bank is around somewhere too, but I can't find it right at this moment.)

Re: foo_midi (foobar2000 v2.0)

Reply #129
Something I asked about back when kode54 maintained the component, but I thought it might be worth asking again.

Is support for the Ensoniq AudioPCI wavetables feasible? They consist of three .ECW format soundbank files, similar to soundfonts. 2MB, 4MB & 8MB respectively. Support for these wavetables continued as late as the release of the SoundBlaster Audigy, which offered an alternative Windows MIDI device called "Creative S/W synth" in order to access them instead of the usual soundfonts.

There's a format specification here if it helps. I have the 2MB and 8MB banks uploaded here and here. (I suspect the 4MB bank is around somewhere too, but I can't find it right at this moment.)
I'll look into it after foo_vis_spectrum_analyzer is a little bit more mature.