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1 schoenebeck 1432 .TH "linuxsampler" "1" "15 Oct 2007" "linuxsampler @VERSION@" "User Manuals"
2 schoenebeck 579 .SH NAME
3     linuxsampler \- modular, streaming capable sampler
4     .SH SYNOPSIS
5     .B linuxsampler
6     [OPTIONS]
7     .SH DESCRIPTION
8     LinuxSampler is a modular, streaming capable sampler. The sampler is designed as
9     backend, that is server-like console application. You will need a frontend
10 schoenebeck 1432 application like QSampler or JSampler to control the sampler and manage sampler
11     sessions. Or you have to send LSCP commands manually to the sampler e.g. by
12     using telnet or netcat.
13 schoenebeck 579 .SH OPTIONS
14 schoenebeck 1432 .IP "--help"
15 schoenebeck 689 Print command line help and exit.
16 schoenebeck 1432 .IP "--version"
17     Print version information and exit.
18     .IP "--profile"
19 schoenebeck 689 Output benchmark messages on the console. This reflects the current
20     efficiency as abstract BogoVoice count which is something like a
21     theoretical limit of the amount of voices which can be rendered in the given
22 schoenebeck 691 scenario. It does not include all aspects of the sampler, that's why this
23     value is usually higher than what you really can achieve on your box. Also
24 schoenebeck 689 note that this value is as well dependant on what instrument patch you are
25     using and what you are playing.
26 schoenebeck 1432 For a compact synthesis core benchmark, independent from drivers and
27     instrument files, you might want to use the one coming with the sampler's
28     source files instead (directory "benchmarks" of the source files).
29     .IP "--no-tune"
30 schoenebeck 691 Disable assembly optimizations. Usually the sampler will detect CPU specific
31     features like MMX and SSE at runtime and use an appropriate assembly
32     optimized code in that case. With that switch you can disable this feature
33     and force the sampler to skip the assembly optimizations at runtime.
34 schoenebeck 1432 .IP "--statistics"
35 schoenebeck 689 Output voice and disk stream count periodically on the console.
36 schoenebeck 1432 .IP "--lscp-addr IPADDRESS"
37 schoenebeck 689 Defines IP address on which the LSCP server should listen to (default: any).
38 schoenebeck 1432 .IP "--lscp-port NUMBER"
39 schoenebeck 689 Defines TCP port on which the LSCP server should listen to (default: 8888).
40 schoenebeck 1432 .IP "--create-instruments-db FILE"
41     Creates a database file with the given filename which can be used by the
42     sampler's instruments database system to maintain the user's collection of
43     instrument libraries. When this argument is given, the sampler will just
44     create the instruments DB file and exit.
45     .IP "--instruments-db-location FILE"
46     Overrides the location of the database file, which the sampler shall use for
47     its instruments database system
48     (default: @config_default_instruments_db_file@).
49 schoenebeck 579 .SH "SEE ALSO"
50     qsampler(1)
51     .SH "BUGS"
52     Report bugs to http://bugs.linuxsampler.org
53     .SH "Author"
54     Written by Christian Schoenebeck <cuse@users.sf.net>

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