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Old 11-28-2018, 07:19 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by reddiesel41264 View Post
If you want to play SFZ in GNU/Linux then use Carla. It makes use of SFZero. But it is very limited in the opcodes it supports. You can always use the Sforzando player in Wine via LinVst but obviously that's not free software.

If you want to make your own libraries then use HISE which runs natively. And I've also released a woodwind library built with HISE, available at https://librewave.com.
Using Sforzando player in Wine via LinVst is free.

https://www.plogue.com/products/sforzando.html

It's one of the two Windows plugins I'm using currently for that kind of content. The other I use is Phenome, which is a multi-channel soundfont player, where you can have 16 midi channels of input to one VSTi, but it is limited to SF2 files.

The biggest draw for me with Linux Sampler was number one, that it's native Linux, and two that it can read GigaSampler, SF2, and SFZ files, so one plugin could handle three formats of sampled files and do it all as a single native Linux plugin.
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