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== Usage
We are happy you chose Fluajho. Fluajho is a sampler for sf2 soundfonts. This is a legacy file format for making MIDI signals audible through virtual instruments.
You can load one soundfont file per Fluajho instance. Each instance holds 16 of the soundfonts instruments that can be assigned to 16 MIDI channels.
"Fluajho" (with jh as in pleasure) means fluid in Esperanto. Behind the scenes the "Fluidsynth" software library is at work.
=== Purpose and target audience
There are many soundfont samplers for Linux, most of them based on fluidsynth. Fluajho was written for a clearly defined use case: Load an .sf2 in the Non Session Manager and save the soundfont in the session directory. This makes it possible to archive the session, for example as a backup or to share it.
=== Quick Start
To get to know the most important functions and workflows, this video has been created.

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"Fluajho" (with jh as in pleasure) means fluid in Esperanto. It is a simple sf2 soundfont
host/player for Linux. Behind the scenes the Fluidsynth library is at work, hence the name.
.sf2 is an old file format for making MIDI signals audible through virtual instruments, although it
is still in moderate use today.
Why does Fluajho exist? There are many soundfont players for Linux,
most of them even based on Fluidsynth. Fluajho was written for a clearly defined use case:
Load an .sf2 in the Non Session Manager and save the soundfont in the session directory.
This makes it possible to archive the session, for example as a backup or to share it.
""" + "\n" + """
Workflow summary: Load an .sf2 file by the file menu or drag and drop. You can then choose one
instrument for each of the 16 MIDI-channels by using the GUI or via midi signals.
Connect external sequencers or midi devices to play the instruments.""",
You can load one soundfont file per Fluajho instance. Each instance holds 16 of the soundfonts
instruments that can be assigned to 16 MIDI channels. Finally connect external sequencers, such as
Laborejo, Patroneo or Vico, through JACK-Midi to play the instruments.
""",
"dependencies" : "\n".join("* "+dep for dep in ("Fluidsynth", )),

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<!DOCTYPE RCC><RCC version="1.0">
<qresource>
<file>aboutlogo.png</file>
<file>icon.png</file>
<file alias="aboutlogo.png">../../desktop/images/aboutlogo.png</file>
<file alias="favicon.png">../../desktop/images/favicon.png</file>
<file>translations/de.qm</file>
</qresource>
</RCC>

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