So busy..... But by chance are you referring to all the JPhone Java
stuff. If so (I haven't looked at it but) I think the JSCL Media Player may
play back any kind of SMAF file including those with animation and wav files
while the PhrasePlayer may be limited to SMAF which is midi-like only.
The phrase played may be even further limited to SMAF-4 voices and I'm not
sure if it uses the MA1 SMAF-4 format or 4 voices of the MA-2 SMAF-16
format..... More info is available on Yamaha's site on SMAF related stuff
and there is some docs in English. I assume it would use MA-2 SMAF-16 though.
A composer for the latter would be totally useless in this context if I am
Since anything you could "compose" could be played back by the former. The
latter are classes which allow you to dynamically edit SMAF files during
without a composer and without SMAF knowledge (as far as I know).
(This is my guess, I haven't looked into didly squat--- but your question
seems pretty elementary and I am hoping someone else will correct my answer...)
Well its back to work for me....
Reginald Ernest Reodica wrote:
> Does anybody know the difference between the mmf file format that the JSCL
> MediaPlayer and the PhrasePlayer uses. Where can I find a composer for the
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