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  • #1726
    Synthiemental
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    It’s great to see that the Pianobook collection is becoming more accessible, especially with the latest release of more than 100 sets in the wonderful DecentSampler format.

    Hence I want to use the opportunity to share some additional mappings in the SFZ format, which can be used with the free Sforzando instrument, which also enjoys quite some popularity. Some of these mappings have not been added to their respective pages yet, it would be great if the admins could do this!

    There are SFZ format mappings available for:

      David’s CP70
      Hunsicker Helpenstill
      Jon Meyer Kawai Felt Piano
      mRhodes
      Mason & Hamlin Model A – Pianobook
      Jon Meyer Soft Drums
      Soft String Spurs
      Sol’s Piano
      The King’s Upright

    Find them in the SFZinstruments GitHub repository here: https://github.com/sfzinstruments/mappings/tree/master/Pianobook%20SFZ

    #2910
    Tony McK
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    Thanks for these.

    #2911
    Bryon Harper
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    Greetings!
    Thank you for the post and link.
    Curious. I’m quite new to all of this.
    I found the sfz mapping files however they wish to be saved as an HTML text document.
    i can copy the text of the file and save as a text document but haven’t a clue as to how to properly save as a sfz file.
    Grateful for your thought and response on the matter.
    cheers,
    B~

    #2912
    bo din
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    ah the wonders of github.

    On the github page given by Synthiemental, click on Go to file on the right hand side and you’ll see the sfz files.

    #2913
    Sid
    Participant

    Bryon,
    One other note. SFZ files are just text files. If you have saved as a text file (eg instrument.txt) just rename the extension from txt to sfz (eg instrument.sfz). it is still just a text file.

    #2932
    Bryon Harper
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    Thanks, Sid, Bo, and Synthiemental

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