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303 bytes removed, 14:01, 21 June 2018
2nd attempt to update Lurie sfz code
==== Create lurie.sfz sample map file ====
Open a text editor, then copy the code below and paste it into the editor.
 
//----------------------------------------------------------
// Programmed by Rick White, www.chimemaster.com May 23 2017
// CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSE
// Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
//
// For use with MIDI practice keyboards
//
// Works with Garratin Sample programs using ARIA engine or
// Plogue Sforzando - freeware can be found at
// http://www.plogue.com/products/sforzando/
//----------------------------------------------------------
<group>
polyphony=48 // reduce for slow cpu/low memory
loop_mode=one_shot // force sample to play in entirety
ampeg_attack=0.005 // 5 ms de-click may be excessive
ampeg_hold=1 // 1 sec hold
ampeg_decay=1 // 1 sec decay
ampeg_sustain=100 // to 100% - play same staccato or legato
ampeg_release=100 // 100 sec release long
<region> sample=LT_10_10_0.wav lokey=036 key=043 // keyboard G0 First AnnArbor bell
// <region> sample= key=044 // missing Ab0 semitone
<region> sample=LT_10_10_01.wav key=045 lokey=044 // fill missing Ab0
<region> sample=LT_10_10_02.wav key=046 // Bb0
<region> sample=LT_10_10_03.wav key=047
<region> sample=LT_10_10_04.wav key=048 // key C1
<region> sample=LT_10_10_05.wav key=049
<region> sample=LT_10_10_06.wav key=050
<region> sample=LT_10_10_07.wav key=051
<region> sample=LT_10_10_08.wav key=052
<region> sample=LT_10_10_09.wav key=053
<region> sample=LT_10_10_10.wav key=054
// <region> sample=LT_10_10_11.wav key=055 // rings late
<region> sample=LT_10_10_12.wav key=056 lokey=055
<region> sample=LT_10_10_13.wav key=057
<region> sample=LT_10_10_14.wav key=058
<region> sample=LT_10_10_15.wav key=059
<region> sample=LT_10_10_16.wav key=060 // key C2
<region> sample=LT_10_10_17.wav key=061
<region> sample=LT_10_10_18.wav key=062
<region> sample=LT_10_10_19.wav key=063
<region> sample=LT_10_10_20.wav key=064
// <region> sample=LT_10_10_21.wav key=065 // distorted recording
<region> sample=LT_10_10_22.wav key=066 lokey=065
<region> sample=LT_10_10_23.wav key=067
<region> sample=LT_10_10_24.wav key=068
<region> sample=LT_10_10_25.wav key=069
<region> sample=LT_10_10_26.wav key=070
<region> sample=LT_10_10_27.wav key=071
<region> sample=LT_10_10_28.wav key=072 // key C3
<region> sample=LT_10_10_29.wav key=073
<region> sample=LT_10_10_30.wav key=074
<region> sample=LT_10_10_31.wav key=075
<region> sample=LT_10_10_32.wav key=076
<region> sample=LT_10_10_33.wav key=077
<region> sample=LT_10_10_34.wav key=078
<region> sample=LT_10_10_35.wav key=079
<region> sample=LT_10_10_36.wav key=080
<region> sample=LT_10_10_37.wav key=081
<region> sample=LT_10_10_38.wav key=082
<region> sample=LT_10_10_39.wav key=083
<region> sample=LT_10_10_40.wav key=084 // key C4
<region> sample=LT_10_10_41.wav key=085
<region> sample=LT_10_10_42.wav key=086
<region> sample=LT_10_10_43.wav key=087
<region> sample=LT_10_10_44.wav key=088
<region> sample=LT_10_10_45.wav key=089
<region> sample=LT_10_10_46.wav key=090
<region> sample=LT_10_10_47.wav key=091
<region> sample=LT_10_10_48.wav key=092
<region> sample=LT_10_10_49.wav key=093
<region> sample=LT_10_10_50.wav key=094
<region> sample=LT_10_10_51.wav key=095
<region> sample=LT_10_10_52.wav key=096 // key C5
<region> sample=LT_10_10_53.wav key=097
<region> sample=LT_10_10_54.wav key=098
<region> sample=LT_10_10_55.wav key=099
<region> sample=LT_10_10_56.wav key=100
<region> sample=LT_10_10_57.wav key=101
<region> sample=LT_10_10_58.wav key=102
<region> sample=LT_10_10_59.wav key=103 hikey=127 // key G5
 
 
Save the file as ''lurie.sfz'' in the ''samples'' folder
 
==== Load the file into sforzando ====
# Start sforzando
# At the top left of the app, click ''INSTRUMENT'' and then ''Import'', navigate to luire.sfz and open it
# The bells should play when you click on the keys of the on screen keyboard
# If you have connected and configured your MIDI interface, Open sforzando preferences from the menu, select your MIDI input and audio output
# In sforzando's ''File'' menu, select save as and enter ''Practice Lurie''
 
=== GCNA Members Only Samples ===
 
2012 Ronald Barnes Memorial Scholarship winner Ed Herrmann created high-quality recordings of the carillon bells at the University of Chicago's Rockefeller Memorial Chapel. These recordings are available to all GCNA members, and are useful to provide bell sounds for the carillon [[Practice_Clavier|practice keyboard]].
 
Requires a [http://gcna.org/membership.html '''GCNA''' Membership] to access the download pages below.
 
==== Download Chicago samples ====
Download the Chicago samples from the GCNA members web page
# go to the [http://gcna.org/members/resources.html Members area] of the GCNA website
# enter your user name and password for access
# right click each bell note link to ''save link as''
# copy the downloaded .wav files from your downloads folder to a new folder named ''samples''
 
==== Create chicago.sfz sample map file ====
Open a text editor, then copy the code below and paste it into the editor.
// http://www.plogue.com/products/sforzando/
//----------------------------------------------------------
<global>
loop_mode=one_shot // force sample to play in entirety
ampeg_attack=0.005 // 5 ms de-click may be excessive
ampeg_hold=1 // 1 sec hold
ampeg_decay=1 // 1 sec decay
ampeg_sustain=100 // to 100% - play same staccato or legato
ampeg_release=100 // 100 sec release long enough
polyphony=4 // each group max voices
 
<group> group=01
<region> sample=LT_10_10_0.wav lokey=036 key=043 // keyboard G0 First AnnArbor bell
// <region> sample= key=044 // missing Ab0 semitone
<group> group=02
<group> group=22
<region> sample=LT_10_10_23.wav key=067
< group> group=23
<region> sample=LT_10_10_24.wav key=068
<group> group=24
<region> sample=LT_10_10_57.wav key=101
<group> group=58
<region> sample=LT_10_10_58.wav key=102
<group> group=59
<region> sample=LT_10_10_59.wav key=103 hikey=127 // key G5
 Save the file as ''chicagolurie.sfz'' in the ''samples'' folder
==== Load the file into sforzando ====
# Start sforzando
# At the top left of the app, click ''INSTRUMENT'' and then ''Import'', navigate to chicagoluire.sfz and open it
# The bells should play when you click on the keys of the on screen keyboard
# If you have connected and configured your MIDI interface, Open sforzando preferences from the menu, select your MIDI input and audio output
# In sforzando's ''File'' menu, select save as and enter ''Practice Lurie'' === GCNA Members Only Samples === 2012 Ronald Barnes Memorial Scholarship winner Ed Herrmann created high-quality recordings of the carillon bells at the University of Chicago's Rockefeller Memorial Chapel. These recordings are available to all GCNA members, and are useful to provide bell sounds for the carillon [[Practice_Clavier|practice keyboard]]. Requires a [http://gcna.org/membership.html '''GCNA''' Membership] to access the download pages below. ==== Download Chicago samples ==== Download the Chicago samples from the GCNA members web page# go to the [http://gcna.org/members/resources.html Members area] of the GCNA website# enter your user name and password for access# right click each bell note link to ''save link as''# copy the downloaded .wav files from your downloads folder to a new folder named ''samples''
== Make headless PC for simple use ==Create chicago.sfz sample map file ====Open a text editor, then copy the code below and paste it into the editor.
You //---------------------------------------------------------- // Programmed by Rick White, http://www.chimemaster.com // For GCNA membership use with MIDI practice keyboards // January, March 2016, May 2017 // Works with Garratin Sample programs using ARIA engine or // Plogue Sforzando - freeware can set up both Macs and PCs be found at // http://www.plogue.com/products/sforzando/ //---------------------------------------------------------- <group> // was <global> more compatible using group polyphony=64 // reduce for slow cpu/low memory loop_mode=one_shot // force sample to play in entirety ampeg_attack=0.005 // 5 ms de-click may be excessive ampeg_hold=1 // 1 sec hold ampeg_decay=1 // 1 sec decay ampeg_sustain=100 // to boot and start the 100% - play same staccato or legato ampeg_release=100 // 100 sec release long // no keyboard transposition - full 6 octaves <region> sample=1-Csharp2.wav key=037 lokey=036 hikey=038 <region> sample=2-Eb2.wav key=039 <region> sample=3-E2.wav key=040 <region> sample=4-F2.wav key=041 <region> sample=5-Fsharp2.wav key=042 <region> sample=6-G2.wav key=043 <region> sample=7-Ab2.wav key=044 <region> sample=8-A2.wav key=045 <region> sample=9-Bb2.wav key=046 <region> sample=10-B2.wav key=047 <region> sample=11-C3.wav key=048 <region> sample=12-Csharp3.wav key=049 <region> sample=13-D3.wav key=050 <region> sample=14-Eb3.wav key=051 <region> sample=15-E3.8.wav key=052 <region> sample=16-F3.wav key=053 <region> sample=17-Fsharp3.wav key=054 <region> sample=18-G3.wav key=055 <region> sample=19-Ab3.wav key=056 <region> sample=20-A3.wav key=057 <region> sample=21-Bb3.wav key=058 <region> sample=22-B3.wav key=059 <region> sample=23-C4.wav key=060 <region> sample=24-Csharp4.wav key=061 <region> sample=25-D4.wav key=062 <region> sample=26-Eb4.wav key=063 <region> sample=27-E4.wav key=064 <region> sample=28-F4.wav key=065 <region> sample=29-Fsharp4.wav key=066 <region> sample=30-G4.wav key=067 <region> sample=31-Ab4.wav key=068 <region> sample=32-A4.wav key=069 <region> sample=33-Bb4.wav key=070 <region> sample=34-B4.wav key=071 <region> sample=35-C5.wav key=072 <region> sample=36-Csharp5.wav key=073 <region> sample=37-D5.wav key=074 <region> sample=38-Eb5.wav key=075 <region> sample=39-E5.wav key=076 <region> sample=40-F5.wav key=077 <region> sample=41-Fsharp5.wav key=078 <region> sample=42-G5.wav key=079 <region> sample=43-Ab5.wav key=080 <region> sample=44-A5.wav key=081 <region> sample=45-Bb5.wav key=082 <region> sample=46-B5.wav key=083 <region> sample=47-C6.wav key=084 <region> sample=48-Csharp6.wav key=085 <region> sample=49-D6.wav key=086 <region> sample=50-Eb6.wav key=087 <region> sample=51-E6.wav key=088 <region> sample=52-F6.wav key=089 <region> sample playback when powered on=53-Fsharp6. This violates many security best practices so make sure that the system is not connected to a network (and WiFi is turned off), and not used for any other taskswav key=090 <region> sample=54-G6.wav key=091 <region> sample=55-Ab6.wav key=092 <region> sample=56-A6.wav key=093 <region> sample=57-Bb6.wav key=094 <region> sample=58-B6.wav key=095 <region> sample=59-C7.wav key=096 <region> sample=60-Csharp7.wav key=097 <region> sample=61-D7.wav key=098 <region> sample=62-Eb7.wav key=099 <region> sample=63-E7.wav key=100 <region> sample=64-F7.wav key=101 <region> sample=65-Fsharp7.wav key=102 <region> sample=66-G7.wav key=103 <region> sample=67-Ab7.3.wav key=104 <region> sample=68-A7.4.wav key=105 <region> sample=69-Bb7.wav key=106 <region> sample=70-B7.wav key=107 <region> sample=71-C8.wav key=108 <region> sample=72-Csharp8.wav key=109 hikey=127
=== Mac ===Save the file as ''chicago.sfz'' in the ''samples'' folder
* Set up ==== Load the system file into sforzando ====# Start sforzando# At the top left of the app, click ''INSTRUMENT'' and then ''Import'', navigate to [https://supportchicago.apple.com/en-us/ht201476 login automatically] without a passwordsfz and open it# The bells should play when you click on the keys of the on screen keyboard# If you have connected and configured your MIDI interface, Open sforzando preferences from the menu, select your MIDI input and audio output* Set Sforzando to [https://www.howtogeek.com/206178/mac-os-x-change-which-apps-start-automatically-at-login/ launch automatically at login].# In sforzando's ''File'' menu, select save as and enter ''Practice Chicago''
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