isfizz Quick Guide
- Pressing the patch display box will bring up the SFZ file selection screen.
- Pressing the downward chevron icon next to the patch display box will bring up the file-related menu.
- After specifying the SFZ file, you must select a folder. To avoid the folder selection screen again, specify a folder in the upper hierarchy that contains all SFZ files.
- When “Control” (third option on the menu bar) is selected, the control button changes to a panic button. Pressing the panic button will stop any currently playing sounds.
This opens the file selection screen, just like when you press the patch display box.
This opens the file editing screen. Since SFZ files are text files, you can edit them.
This creates an example SFZ file. Please specify where to save it.
Specify SFZ folder
To obtain permission to load the current SFZ file, specify a folder higher than the SFZ file. This does not load a new patch.
This opens the file selection screen, just like when you press the tone display box.
Open SFZ folder
This opens the folder in the Files.app included with iOS/iPadOS.
This is the transposition function. It shifts the input note key by this amount.
This indicates the number of voices that can be played simultaneously.
Specifies the size of frames to preload samples. Increasing it allows sounds to be played without interruptions during delayed loading but consumes more memory.
By internally raising the sampling frequency, it aims to improve sound quality. Increasing it will also increase the load.
Sustain cancels release
When enabled, it appears to cancel the release of a note with the sustain (CC#64), but details are unclear.
This is the quality of sample playback. “Offline” refers to the quality during offline rendering. Quality and load increase in the order of Nearest, Linear, Polynomial, Sinc.
This is the quality of waveform generation. “Offline” refers to the quality during offline rendering. Quality and load increase in the order of Nearest, Linear, High, Dual-High.
Specifies the appearance. Options include Light, Dark, and System.
Add reverb opcodes
Automatically adds reverb OP codes when loading SFZ.
Add expression control
Adds the expression control (CC#11). The default setting is on.
Specifies opcodes to ignore. In the editing screen, please specify one opcode per line.
You can select the control range from 0.0 – 127.0, 0.0 – 128.0, or 0.0 – 100.0. When using MIDI 1.0, 0.0 – 127.0 is recommended. For MIDI 2.0 HD values, 0.0 – 128.0 is recommended.
Specifies the MIDI channel. Omni receives on all channels.
Use MIDI 2.0 HD values
Enables MIDI 2.0 HD values. It’s recommended to turn off if using a device that doesn’t support MIDI 2.0.
Specifies the MIDI input device. You can choose Virtual MIDI.
Opens the Bluetooth MIDI settings screen.
Run in the background
Allows the app to run even when in the background.
Prevents the screen from dimming.
Audio buffer size
Specifies the size of the buffer that processes audio. Increasing it provides more stability but introduces more latency.
MIDI time offset
Delays the received MIDI signal by this amount. It’s expected to stabilize jitter.
Horizontal screen (iPhone)
Forces landscape mode on the iPhone.
Specifies a Scala format (.scl) file containing the pitch of the scale.
Specifies the root note of the scale.
Specifies the frequency of A4.
Specifies the intensity of stretch tuning. Stretch tuning refers to tuning where the frequency over one octave is greater than just doubling, resulting in pitches that sound more natural to the human ear.
12-Tone scale (A – G#)
Specifies the difference from the equal temperament for each pitch.
Save as AU default
Saves the current settings as the default values for Audio Unit.
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