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author Tim Dickson (Timsoft) <>2019-02-09 07:35:12 +0700
committer Willy Sudiarto Raharjo <>2019-02-09 07:35:12 +0700
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+This contains the GeneralUSer GS soundfont, which is stored in
+To use it with VLC compiled with fluidsynth, open vlc, go to
+tools-preferences-input codecs, click on "all" for show settings
+then under input/codecs, click audio codecs, Click FLuidsynth,
+ then on the right, click Browse, and look in
+/usr/share/sounds/sf2 for your soundfont. Click save. VLC can now
+play midi files
+To use it with MuseScore, open MuseScore, select edit-preferences
+click on the icon next to soundfonts. click add, and select the
+/usr/share/sounds/sf2 folder, and click choose. and then click Apply.
+Then Click View, Synthesizer, click add, and select the soundfont.
+click set as default, and click save.