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wildmidi.cfg(5)		     WildMidi Config File	       wildmidi.cfg(5)

NAME
       wildmidi.cfg - Config file for libWildMidi

LIBRARY
       libWildMidi

DESCRIPTION
       Contains	the patch configuration	for libWildMidi	and location of	Gravis
       Ultrasound compatible patch files.

       dir ~/guspats/

       source /usr/local/share/wildmidi/wildmidi.cfg

       bank 0
       0 acpiano.pat amp=110 env_time4=300
       1 brpiano.pat amp=100

       drumset 0
       25 snarerol keep=env amp=225 note=60
       26 snap	 note=65

SYNTAX
       guspat_editor_author_cant_read_so_fix_release_time_for_me
	      Some patch file editors switch the 4th and 5th envelopes	around
	      making  the sound	play much longer than intended in players that
	      stuck to the Gravis Ultrasound patch  standard.  Including  this
	      option  in the config enables a fix that detects this oversight,
	      playing the sound	samples	as if they were	correct.

	      NOTE: This is a global setting. If it is found  to  affect  good
	      patch  samples  it will be moved to a per	patch setting in a fu-
	      ture version.

       auto_amp
	      Forces WildMIDI to amplify samples to their maximum level	ignor-
	      ing the amp=% in the patch lines of the config.

       auto_amp_with_amp
	      Forces  WildMIDI	to amplify samples to their maximum level then
	      apply the	amp=% in the patch lines of the	config.

       dir dir-name
	      Change the search	path for config	and patch files	 to  dir-name.
	      This  is	specific to the	current	config file and	carried	to any
	      included config file unless they have their own dir setting. Any
	      included	file  that has its own dir setting does	not effect the
	      dir setting of the current config	file.

       source include-confg
	      Include the settings from	include-config.	Any patch already  set
	      will be over-ridden by the included config file.

       bank N The  patches  following  this  setting belong to MIDI instrument
	      bank N.

       drumset N
	      The patches following this setting belong	to MIDI	drum bank N.

       patchno patchfile [amp=volume] [note=miodinte]  [keep=loop]  [keep=env]
       [remove=sustain]		[remove=clamped]	[env_level[0-5]=level]
       [env_time[0-5]=time]

       Example:	0 acpiano.pat amp=110

	      patchno
		     This is the MIDI patch number the instrument belongs to.

	      patchfile
		     The filename of the Gravis	 Ultrasound  compatible	 patch
		     file. If the filename is missing the .pat extension, lib-
		     WildMidi will add .pat when attempting to load the	file.

	      amp=volume
		     Force the volume of the samples in	this patch to  volume%
		     prior to using it.

	      note=midinote
		     Use note midinote when playing the	samples	in this	patch.
		     NOTE: this	is for instruments listed under	drumset.

	      keep=loop
		     Play the samples in this patch with the loop,  when  nor-
		     mally we would not	for this instrument.

	      keep=env
		     Use  the  envelope	 data  in this patch, when normally we
		     wouldn't for this instrument.

	      remove=sustain
		     Do	note hold the note after the 3rd envelope  until  note
		     off,  which  is what happens if the sustain bit is	set in
		     the patch file.

	      remove=clamped
		     Do	not jump to 6th	envelope on note off,  which  is  what
		     happens if	the clamped bit	is set in the patch file.

	      env_level[0-5]=level
		     Set  the  envelope	level to level with 1.0	being maximum,
		     and 0.0 being minimum.

		     Example:	set   5th   envelope   level	to    10%    -
		     env_level[0-5]=0.1

	      env_time[0-5]=time
		     Set  the  envelope	 time  to  time	 with  a resolution of
		     1/1000th of a second. This	setting	is the time it	should
		     take for the envelope to reach maximum level.

		     Example: set 1st envelope time to 1sec - env_time0=1000

		     Example: set 3rd envelope time to 0.5secs - env_time2=500

       reverb_room_width fval
	      Set  the	room  width for	the reverb engine in meters. fval is a
	      float value in meters. Minimum setting  is  1.0  meter,  maximum
	      setting is 100.0 meters, and default is 15.0 meters.

	      Example: set room	width to 30 meters - reverb_room_width 30

       reverb_room_length fval
	      Set  the	room length for	the reverb engine in meters. fval is a
	      float value in meters. Minimum setting  is  1.0  meter,  maximum
	      setting is 100.0 meters, and default is 20.0 meters.

	      Example: set room	length to 40 meters - reverb_room_length 40

SEE ALSO
       wildmidi(1)

AUTHOR
       Chris Ison <wildcode@users.sf.net> Bret Curtis <psi29a@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) Chris Ison	 2001-2010 Copyright (C) Bret Curtis 2013-2016

       This file is part of WildMIDI.

       WildMIDI	 is  free  software:  you  can	redistribute and/or modify the
       player under the	terms of the GNU General Public	License	 and  you  can
       redistribute  and/or  modify  the  library  under  the terms of the GNU
       Lesser General Public License as	published by the Free Software Founda-
       tion,  either  version  3 of the	licenses, or(at	your option) any later
       version.

       WildMIDI	is distributed in the hope that	it will	be useful, but WITHOUT
       ANY  WARRANTY;  without even the	implied	warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
       FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR	PURPOSE. See the GNU  General  Public  License
       and the GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.

       You  should  have received a copy of the	GNU General Public License and
       the GNU Lesser General Public License along with	WildMIDI. If not,  see
       <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

       This  manpage  is licensed under	the Creative Commons Attribution-Share
       Alike 3.0 Unported License. To view  a  copy  of	 this  license,	 visit
       http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ or send a	letter to Cre-
       ative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San	Francisco, California,
       94105, USA.

				 10 March 2016		       wildmidi.cfg(5)

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