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#1 It-Alien

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Posted 29 December 2013 - 12:15

now that keyzones overlapping are possible and allow the user to choose among different kind of sample selection modes, it could be good to have some more options in the "Render to sample" dialog.

actually, I'm unsure about how such options could look like; maybe a "takes" spinbox after the "steps" one would be good enough: this option (default 1) would allow to record more than one sample per each note/velocity combination, allowing automatic creation of round robin or other overlapping sequences. of course this would only be useful with instruments which actually lead to a different result while recording the same note/velocity more than once (typical example: orchestral libraries).

in addition, if "takes" is set to more than 1, a dropdown indicating the repetition mode to apply to the overlapping zones would also help
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Posted 30 December 2013 - 13:10

Would save a lot of time for sure.

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Edited by thalamus, 30 December 2013 - 13:10.