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Help / Where can I find the midi files for TFTD?
« on: July 11, 2018, 04:12:48 am »
I'm having a heck of a time finding them.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Builds & Ports / OSX App 10.9+ Nightly Dev 20180720
« on: February 14, 2017, 06:44:21 am »
Hi all

This app bundle is based on on the changes in nightly as of 7/20/18

Now built for OSX 10.9 and up.

 (I can probably do x86_64 10.6 and up, but it would require reworking the yaml-cpp.framework, which is non standard.  If there is any interest, let me know.)


Released Mods / [MUSIC][UFO][TFTD]Timbres of Heaven 3.4
« on: February 12, 2017, 02:04:03 am »
Hi all,

I took the liberty of making a set of music .ogg files utilizing the very excellent Timbres of Heaven Soundfont.  On top of GM compatible it is also XG and GS compatible as well, and I highly recommend it for general use.

The soundfont is available at the midkar website.

Anyway the ogg set has been normalized and made gapless.  Unfortunately it was rendered with fluidsynth which is all I have available on OSX, although it has a few minor issues with ToH.  Still the end result I feel is better then anything else out there.


I just added in the "Terror From the Deep" tracks as well. Fluidsynth had issues with them so I actually got Spider player which makes use of BASSMIDI driver to do the rendering.  Only I find it tends to crush the tracks.  As such I'm not really perfectly happy with the new renderings.  But these will do until I can find a better solution.

Builds & Ports / OSX port does not include libraries in bundle?!
« on: June 13, 2014, 09:49:37 pm »
I noticed that the current osx bundle does not include necessary libraries inside the app bundle.  This really isn't ideal, as I'm sure you know.  For starters, as I mentioned in another thread, I, like a few others, am already slaved to macports (or someone could be using fink). If you can't link it to standard framework libraries, then might I suggest this very handy tool I use in my xboard work.

It checks the linked binaries of the app, copies them from wherever on your system to a specified folder in the bundle, and relinks them to to the binary for you.   It's really handy and I can't recommend it enough!

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