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How to Make MIDI Files Sound Better in Windows 7 and change the default. Now I need to install a virtual MIDI. I’d first pick a Soundfont that had. Apr 25, 2013 Windows 7: Can not install 'TiMidity' Page 1 of 2: 1: 2 >Norton Antivirus 2012 Virus Definition. 15 Jan 2011 #1: digiday. Windows 7 ULT 32 bit. As for the soundfont file message.

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Author Thread Firefairy Joined: 15 Nov 2010 Posts: 9 quote: Originally posted by Tobis87 quote: Originally posted by LordHoto That's right the Win64 doesn't include FluidSynth, thus the sound font setting should be of no real use there. Why is it not included? I was able to cross-compile FluidSynth 1.0.8 for Win x64, but only as a shared dll. And so far ScummVM seems to work well with it. How did you achieve that? I would like to get this working, and it sounds like yours is the most likely fix at the current time.

I would very much appreciate directions- I'm fairly tech-savvy, but have limited experience with recompiling. I've done some java stuff and a bit of beginner-level stuff in Linux, but that's about it.

Mon Nov 22, 2010 12:46 pm KuroShiro Joined: 15 May 2008 Posts: 452 Location: Miyazaki, Japan quote: Originally posted by Firefairy quote: Originally posted by Tobis87 quote: Originally posted by LordHoto That's right the Win64 doesn't include FluidSynth, thus the sound font setting should be of no real use there. Why is it not included? I was able to cross-compile FluidSynth 1.0.8 for Win x64, but only as a shared dll.

And so far ScummVM seems to work well with it. How did you achieve that? I would like to get this working, and it sounds like yours is the most likely fix at the current time. I would very much appreciate directions- I'm fairly tech-savvy, but have limited experience with recompiling.

I've done some java stuff and a bit of beginner-level stuff in Linux, but that's about it. Tmpgenc Video Mastering Works 5 Full Crackle. Just download the normal daily build version from the download page, FluidSynth is compiled into those. The x64 version of ScummVM isn't really needed unless you are having specific problems related to the x86 (standard) version.

Tue Nov 23, 2010 2:00 am Tobis87 Joined: 05 Feb 2009 Posts: 24 quote: Originally posted by Firefairy How did you achieve that? I would like to get this working, and it sounds like yours is the most likely fix at the current time. I would very much appreciate directions- I'm fairly tech-savvy, but have limited experience with recompiling. I've done some java stuff and a bit of beginner-level stuff in Linux, but that's about it. You need a cross compiler for Linux: But I did it for you: ScummVM 1.2.0 for Win x64 with *Fluidsynth *Advmame4x *Lands of Lord Engine *Monkey Island 1/2 Talkie Support The source of the patches are included. However, I only could test it in VirtualBox. Thu Nov 25, 2010 12:46 am Firefairy Joined: 15 Nov 2010 Posts: 9 quote: Originally posted by Tobis87 But I did it for you: ScummVM 1.2.0 for Win x64 with *Fluidsynth *Advmame4x *Lands of Lord Engine *Monkey Island 1/2 Talkie Support The source of the patches are included.

However, I only could test it in VirtualBox. It works beautifully! I'll let you know if it ever develops glitches my straight install doesn't. I'm a pretty good tester. I have yummy music on my desktop now!:happy dance. Fri Nov 26, 2010 2:43 pm Firefairy Joined: 15 Nov 2010 Posts: 9 I am very grateful to Tobis87 for recompiling me a version of SCUMMVM that works with SoundFonts, but for those who really want the system-wide solution, I finally found a x64-compatible virtual patch cable.