FluidGUI Home Page
Last updated: January 8, 2004.
FluidGUI is a graphical front-end for the FluidSynth software
synthesizer. FluidGUI is free, developed under the GNU GPL,
and written/maintained by Ken
FluidGUI makes using FluidSynth easier to use by exposing common
operations in a graphical user interface. Experiment with
various settings, sound fonts, and presets without typing a single
command! Persist the configuration to a file and save the
trouble of having to reconfigure the synth next time.
- Manage all command-line options and settings of FluidSynth
- Load soundfonts via file-open dialogs.
- View loaded sound fonts (with banks and presets) in a tree view.
- Unload soundfonts.
- Assign channels via drag-and-drop or copy-and-paste from the
sound font tree to the channel table.
- Listen to presets via a virtual keyboard.
- Save the current configuration to a file (saves options,
settings, sound font list, and channel assigments).
- Load a previously saved configuration file.
- Last saved/loaded configuration is loaded by default at startup.
FluidGUI requires that you install (or have installed) Java
version 1.4 or better. The Java run-time software is
available for no-charge from Sun
FluidGUI currently only works on Linux due to limitations in the
Windows and Mac versions of FluidSynth.
sound fonts and channel assignments
0.8.3 - released June 18, 2004