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Old 03 December 2016, 17:51   #1
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adjust volume for midi output

is it possible implementing a slider for adjusting volume of midi output?
if select ms gs wavetable synth for midi in heretic (see here, post 35++),
midi output is way too loud, windows doesn't have any option to control it.
would be nice if i could adjust it within winuae for making it not so loud...
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Old 03 December 2016, 18:16   #2
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as an interim solution you can use Coolsoft VirtualMidiSynth.
it will open a mixer, with master volume (see FAQ on that website).
some good soundfonts:
Roland SC-55 soundfont.
OmegaGMGS2 custom soundfont
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Old 03 December 2016, 23:11   #3
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Done in next beta. If midiOutSetVolume() actually works as documented..
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Old 04 December 2016, 03:00   #4
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would be great, thx!
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