Here are some questions:
1 - If I load stereo sample, how can I convert it to Mono in sample editor?
2 - In OctaMED Sound Studio there was superB shortcut - CTRL+SHIFT+O or I [if I remember correctly] that is used to generate between command line numbers between two values, like in this example:
On position 00 I type 0C00 - for volume 00.
On position 16 I type 0C16 - for volume 16.
Then hit keyboard shortcut when cursor is positioned somewhere between those two values in command track AND got this:
Program calculated inbetween commands so it saved you typing.
Digibooster had similar but it didn
t calculate this, but on shortcut it start putting numbers ascending or descending, but it wasnt that useful as in OctaMED’s.
3 - Is there possibility to FLIP notes in selected part? It means, to be played backward?
4 - more will come
p.s. Amazing software!!! Already start creating something interesting… a BreakBeat PSY trance… didn`t hear someone created similar
thanx! I actually find it after I post a question. working great!
more questions to come tomorrow. will have to sleep now )
3 - select a group of notes, then
Advanced edit => flip
Also check out the keyboard shortcuts for these. For example…
…from the tutorial
Thanx! I also found Stereo to Mono icon in Sampler! Finally I said “finally” because searching MONO word in PDF manual - didn`t show me what I wanted
- Would be nice if SHIFT+KEYs in sampler you
ll be able to play sample from cursor. [couldnt find shortcut key for that option?]
just trying to do what this guy is doing rather than entereing a million offsets…i just want to highlight a selection of ofset values and interpolate exponentially or logarhythmically
how can i do this?
i try highlighting the effects column and clicking interolate etc but to no joy
what do i need to be highlighting…blocking etc?
put 0900 at the top, 09ff at the bottom of the track and select the row completely like this then hit CRTL+I (interpolate linear) or CTRL+L (interpolate logarithmic).