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rgc:audio sfz v1.9 released

rgc:audio have updated sfz to v1.9 and with it their sfz sample definition format has reached v1.0.

The sfz format is simple, minimalistic, expandable and free, you can find out more at rgc:audio's sfz format page.

Some of the features of the sfz format are:

  • Samples of any bit depth (8/16/24/32-bit) support, mono or stereo (.WAV & .OGG).
  • Samples taken at any samplerate (i.e. 44.1k, 48k, 88.2k, 96k, 176.4k, 192k, 384k).
  • Compressed samples. Compressed and uncompressed can be combined.
  • Looped samples.
  • Unlimited keyboard splits and layers.
  • Unlimited velocity splits and layers.
  • Unlimited regions of sample playback based on MIDI controllers (continuous controllers, pitch bend, channel and polyphonic aftertouch, keyboard switches) and internal generators (random, sequence counters).
  • Sample playback on MIDI control events.
  • Unlimited unidirectional and bidirectional exclusive regions (mute groups).
  • Unlimited release trigger regions with release trigger attenuation control.
  • Unlimited crossfade controls.
  • Trigger on first-note and legato notes.
  • Sample playback synchronized to host tempo.
  • Dedicated Envelope Generators for pitch, filter and amplifier.
  • Dedicated LFO for pitch, filter and amplifier.
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