Sfzer and makesfz.pl are useful tools when you want to create instrument
sfz files. They give you an nice starting point.http://sfzer.rubyforge.org/ http://www.drealm.info/sfz/
Both tools expects that the samples are named in a certain way (C, C#
etc.). It seems that this makes these tools less valuable for drum
samples without such a naming.
For those files I think Lisalo with the -p, --percussive option is your
best starting point.https://github.com/nilsgey/lisalo
This tools is handy if you want to add velocity values, it works via
wine and mono. I didn't find a Linux native alternative yethttp://web.archive.org/web/201011220633 ... elLeveler/
Good examples of SFZ files for different instruments would be nice to
have at this point. Atm we've the sonatina sfz files and the Salamander
sfz, I could use as example. Not sure how sophisticated they are.
More info on SFZ:http://www.cakewalk.com/DevXchange/article.aspx?aid=108
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