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README

`synthclone` is a Qt-based application that can "clone" your MIDI-capable
instruments.  It does this by sending out MIDI data that instructs an
instrument to emit sounds for a series of notes and velocities.  It then saves
this data as a sample-based instrument that can be loaded by sampler software.

For more information on `synthclone`, visit:

  http://synthclone.googlecode.com/

All images, save for application logos, are taken from the excellent Oxygen
Icon Theme.  For more information on the Oxygen Icon Theme, visit:

  http://www.oxygen-icons.org/