I use smdEd sometimes but it doesn't do
16 voice MLD at all (at least the version I have)
It seems to have a lot of errors in its version of the MFi
format. If it works, that smd editor ups the octave 1 octave.
I found that sometimes its good to up the octave as much
as 3 octaves to make it sound good on a keitai. I think
you can do that with that editor by just making it higher and lower few times.
I think it does some good stuff, but it has percussion all
backwards if I remember right.
Our editor (theta) is up on the internet but it only
has a Japanese interface at present. Hopefully
one day we can charge for people to use it, but there's
so many issues involved it may not happen.
David Cotter wrote:
> I am writing some sounds for an iAppli on the N503i using the sndEd editor.
> There are many different instruments and I can probably find the sound I
> want. I am using the i-jade emulator to test my app and I have no way of
> testing what this will sound like on the real phone.
> Does anybody have experience with this or other iMelody editors? Does the
> tune sound the same on the phone as it does in the editor or the i-jade
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Received on Fri Jun 15 17:16:36 2001