CONFIG_MAX_VOICES

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CONFIG_MAX_VOICES

Postby janflorijn » Thu Jan 09, 2014 6:09 pm

Hi all,

Reading posts I understand that CONFIG_MAX_VOICES is set in source code and issued compiling Linxsampler.

In Fantasia I found the setting for this value. Increasing this value there does not solve the problem: Linuxsampler sents messages about: CONFIG_MAX_VOICES.

Does any one know a solution to really increase this setting.

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Re: CONFIG_MAX_VOICES

Postby janflorijn » Sat Jan 11, 2014 9:51 pm

Hi all,

Just change the valuie in config.ca and compile linuxsampler.

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Re: CONFIG_MAX_VOICES

Postby cuse » Sun Jan 12, 2014 2:29 pm

Usually you should not need to recompile LinuxSampler just for altering the polyphony setting. This can be configured in recent versions of LinuxSampler at runtime. For example if LinuxSampler is running, you can open a command line terminal and type this:

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telnet localhost 8888
SET VOICES 300


Which should return "OK". That is network command for this feature as described here:

http://www.linuxsampler.org/api/draft-l ... T%20VOICES

If that is not working, then you probably have an ancient LinuxSampler version installed and should simply update it.
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Re: CONFIG_MAX_VOICES

Postby janflorijn » Sun Jan 12, 2014 5:21 pm

Hi,

Thanks, that is usefull.
Also I can set in this way: set streams wich value must exceed set voices.

I managed to day to compile using these settings. It was good to compile. I work with a amd64. Libgig was not 64 bit compiled. Now everything is 64 bit compiled and installed.

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