WildMidi_Init (const char *config_file, unsigned short int rate, unsigned short int options)
DESCRIPTIONInitializes libWildMidi in preparation for playback. This function only needs to be called once by the program using libWildMidi.
- The file that contains the instrument configuration for the library.
- The sound rate you want the the audio data output at. Rates accepted by libWildMidi are 11025 - 65000.
The initial options to set for the library. see below.
- By default the library uses linear volume levels typically used in computer MIDI players. These can differ somewhat to volume levels found on some midi hardware which may use a volume curve based on decibels. This option sets the volume levels to what you'd expect on such devices.
- By default libWildMidi uses linear interpolation for the resampling of the sound samples. Setting this option enables the library to use a resampling method that attempts to fill in the gaps giving richer sound.
- libWildMidi has an 8 reflection reverb engine. Use this option to give more depth to the output.
- Ignores the fractional or decimal part of a tempo setting. If you are having timing issues try WM_MO_ROUNDTEMPO before trying this option. This option added due to some software not supporting fractional tempos allowable in the MIDI specification.
- Rounds the fractional or decimal part of a tempo setting. Try this option is you are having timing issues, if this fails then try WM_MO_WHOLETEMPO. This option added due to some software not supporting fractional tempos allowable in the MIDI specification.
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