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RamGauge permits easy access to the SBlive SoundFont Static Cache Size setting and allows settings larger than the default 1/2 system RAM.
RamGauge fixes the Maximum setting at System RAM size less 16meg, regardless of system total (eg. max for a 256meg system is 240meg)
Current cache size setting is saved to the registry upon exit.
Note that a system re-start may be required before loading any Soundfont(s) larger than the prior Cache Size setting.
-SBLive drivers and must be installed and running correctly on the system.
-System RAM size must be greater than 16meg (duh!).
-This application uses Micro$oft C++ Foundation Classes (MFC). Most users will already have the required DLL files (MFC42.DLL, MSVCP60.DLL, etc.) in their windows\system\ directory.
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Thanks go out to all those who have dropped by the EIP site or contributed in one way or another to making the development of this application possible.
Thanks in particular to Eliot, Eskil, Geo, Thomas, Nick and xpeace.
Global thanks to all those people all over the world who have made their various projects' code available to the public. Open-source baby! Yeah!
Note that we are in no way affiliated with or endorsed by either E-mu Systems or Creative Labs.
20.09.2000 -RamGauge v0.1a released, source code available upon request.
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