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FluidSynth 1.1.1 - "Clarity"

Changes from previous version 1.1.1

Bug fixes

  • Recommit fix for voice stealing algorithm (David Henningsson)
  • Update deltatime on midi file load, ticket #59 (David Henningsson and Josh Green, reported by Hans Petter Selasky)
  • Build fix on OS X 10.4 (David Fang and Ebrahim Mayat)
  • Fixed most asynchronous assignment/query regressions affecting QSynth (chorus, reverb, polyphony, MIDI CCs and presets) (Josh Green, reports and testing by Rui Nuno Capela)
  • Reverted queuing of chorus and reverb assignments which fixes real-time performance issues when changing values (Josh Green)
  • Fixed issue with audio thread changes affecting CoreAudio on OS X (Josh Green, reported by Ebrahim Mayat)
  • Improved SMP safety with CC MIDI controls, polyphony, modulators and synth gain (Josh Green)
  • Fixed crash bugs in fluid_timer functions (Josh Green)
  • Reverted char * -> const char * changes to function prototypes (Josh Green, reported by Rui Nuno Capela)
  • Fixed TCP server build issue where WITHOUT_SERVER was still being set on win32 (Josh Green)
  • Fixed crash when Jack driver was re-created (Josh Green)
  • Fixed unknown macro warning in FluidSynth man page (David Henningsson)


  • Return queue process is now a thread instead of a timer and more responsive (Josh Green)
  • Added missing dist files in doc/ (Josh Green)
  • Updated README-OSX (Ebrahim Mayat)

Changes affecting developers

  • New fluid_synth_get_channel_info() function for a thread safe way of getting channel preset info (Josh Green)
  • New fluid_synth_unset_program() function to unset a channel preset assignment (Josh Green)
  • Marked fluid_synth_get_channel_preset() as deprecated (Josh Green)
  • Developer API docs updated

See "Whats new in 1.1.1?" section in developer API documentation for more details:


  • Josh Green
  • David Henningsson
  • Rui Nuno Capela
  • Ebrahim Mayat
  • David Fang
  • Hans Petter Selasky

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