I have been using the Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth as the standard MIDI output device during the composition and recordings
of Study 1, Study 2 and the Study 3 sketch, but have now
installed the CoolSoft VirtualMIDISynth and various compatible
sound fonts as a flexible replacement.
This setup should result in better sounding mp3 recordings on this web site, but these recordings should still not be thought of
as the final versions. A professional sound engineer has more control and expertees in this area than I have, and that
control and expertees should be used!
The sound fonts will be acknowledged individually (with a link to a site where they can be downloaded) whenever they are used:
for constructing palettes, making recordings, or in a live performance.
Added a link to CoolSoft in Links and Acknowledgements.
Added the above text as a note in the following documents:
Assistant Performer (browser version) and