(I am using Redux)
I think I have a good grasp on how the Gxx command functions. If I have a single sample/instrument I can write in individual notes or chords based off that one sample/instrument and Glide behaves exactly how I would expect it to behave.
The problem for me right now is in trying to use Gxx from one sample to another. Example: I have a Cm chord that I sampled from a synth. This is assigned to C-3. I also have an Fmaj chord sampled from the same synth, assigned to F-3.
I have included 4 ghost Samples in-between to allow for the 5-semitone jump from C to F so I can glide all the way from the Cm chord sample to the F chord sample.
So again, we have a Cm synth sample at C-3, and an Fmaj synth sample at F-3. I write the Gxx commands starting at the line where the F-3 note is written (G10, G00, G00, G00, G00).
The result: Redux successfully glides across all 5 semitones, but it only affects the original C-3 sample (which is the Cm synth chord). So it glides this chord to result in hearing Fm.
If anyone understood this, how can I get the glide to go from one sampled chord to another sampled chord by using Gxx?