On Sunday 20 March 2011, Dan Capp wrote:
There is a list of applications using Fluidsynth in this page:
A few of them are GUI interfaces: FluidGUI, FluidSynthGUI and Gluid. FluidSynthGUI is for windows only, and the Gluid web site is down now...
Anyway, I see that you already solved your problem. I want only to explain that the same libfluidsynth engine is used (as a shared library or DLL) by the fluidsynth CLI program and the QSynth GUI. You should be able to use the same settings on both front-ends, getting the same results. The default settings may be different, though. To see the current settings with the command line program, use the "settings" command at the internal shell prompt. You can see the same data in QSynth: Setup button->Settings tab.
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