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[Bug 581593] obs://build.opensuse.org/multimedia/rosegarden4-10.02-26.1.x86_64 problem with instrument initialization
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  • Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 19:48:15 +0000
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http://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=581593

http://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=581593#c5


--- Comment #5 from michel munnix <m.munnix@xxxxxxxxxxx> 2010-02-23 19:48:14
UTC ---
My sound card is an main board integrated usb sound card, so probably not to be
considered a real one. Up to now, I couldn't find the kind of information on
which I would feel confident to choose which sound card to buy. Most
manufacturer info is only hype, often their "value" is in the windows driver
and that's worth zero in my ears.
I have taken a look to the rg file, and I think rosegarden should be able to
discard parameters of the previous synth that are no more appropriate when the
user changes the synth plugin:

<synth
identifier="dssi:/usr/lib64/dssi/fluidsynth-dssi.so:FluidSynth-DSSI"
bypassed="false" program="53. Concert Choir">
<configure
key="__ROSEGARDEN__:__RESERVED__:ProjectDirectoryKey"
value="/home/mm/rosegarden/"/>
<configure key="load"
value="/usr/share/sounds/sf2/GeneralUser_GS_FluidSynth.sf2"/>
</synth>

Seeing this, I got the idea that this "load" operation is perhaps not "flushed"
to the synth and stays in the pipe, and that when I pause and resume this
information finally arrives at the synth. Could this be ?

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