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NAME

       sfxtest - test utility for the Linux AWE32 driver

SYNOPSIS

       sfxtest [command parameters] ...

DESCRIPTION

       This  manual page documents briefly the sfxtest command.  This manual page was written for
       the Debian GNU/Linux distribution (but may  be  used  by  others),  because  the  original
       program does not have a manual page.

       sfxtest  is  a  program  designed  for testing that the Linux AWE32 driver has been set up
       properly, and that the appropriate patch files are loaded correctly (using sfxload(1),  or
       gusload(1)).

OPTIONS

       The  program  takes  a  series of commands followed by arguments. It accepts the following
       commands:-

       X      Instructs the program to use channel control mode.

       x channel
              Changes the channel being operated on to channel

       b bank Changes the bank being used to bank

       p program
              Changes the program (instrument) being used to program

       n note velocity
              Sends a noteon command for note note at velocity velocity

       k      Kills a note (sends noteoff).

       K note Kills the note note (used for channel mode).

       r value
              Sets the pitch sense to value

       w value
              Sets the putch wheel to value

       t      time Waits for time hundredths of a second.

       c value
              Sets the panning value to value

       v note velocity
              Changes the key pressure of note to velocity velocity

       D mode Sets the debug mode of the driver to mode.  Higher values of mode are more verbose.

       C mode Sets the chorus type to mode

       R mode Sets the reverb type to mode

       F parameter value
              Sends an effect command type parameter, with value value

       I      (Re-)Initializes the AWE32 driver and EMU8000 chip.

SEE ALSO

       sfxload(1), gusload(1), drvmidi(1)

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Tom Lees <tom@lpsg.demon.co.uk>, for the Debian  GNU/Linux
       system.

       The  AWE32  driver  and  utilities  were  written  by  Takashi  Iwai  <iwai@dragon.mm.t.u-
       tokyo.ac.jp>.