There is a new version of the microtuner script available for download:
I’ve made a fair bit of changes to the microtuner script, and it should deliver much better results. However, it still lacks support for multi-sample instruments (planned for next release), and can produce weird results with scales with less than 12 notes/octave. I am not sure how this should be implemented, but try it our for yourself with a complex tunings such as “breed-mult29” (58-note per octave), or “mystic” (which spans 3 octaves before repeating).
Instructions for use:
Next, have an instrument that you want to use as a starting point. Currently, instruments with multiple samples are not supported, only the first sample is used.
Then, launch the XRNS frontend. It’s use should be pretty self-explanatory
- Limit output to 120 samples
- Delete source sample after use
- Use the generated sample names
- round off finetune values
- Find positive value in tuning file when extracting unique tunings (use as offset)
- When finetune values exceed 128, adjust basenote
- Clean temp-folder before unzipping
- rename instrument to match output name
- Fixed: registered interval ‘0’ was reported as non-existing, causing an
unneeded sample to be created