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From Kriko on 11.07.2005, 20:44:

 

Hello devine devs,

I wonder what the status is for this bug:

http://psycle.pastnotecut.org/thread.php...a38d139c9e34c7b

(wave editor crashing when using reverse function on stereo samples)

Is anyone else having trouble with this (or using the function at all)? It makes a rather nasty crash on my computer, in RC 1.8 as well...


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From [JAZ] on 12.07.2005, 22:10:

 

I can't reproduce it... could you send me the wav? ( you can compress it with .flac if you want).

Also.. i assume the procedure is as :
load the wav
open the wave editor
select all
reverse

is it?


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From fiasko on 13.07.2005, 04:59:

 

patttern name in bottom left corner doesn't update when changing song position.


From Kriko on 13.07.2005, 09:41:

 

Here's a link to a .wav file that crashes:

http://koti.mbnet.fi/kriko/OHH016.WAV

But it doesn't happen with all .wavs, that's true.

And the procedure is one step longer than you described: after reversing, make a small selection of beginning of sample and press <delete>

The crash occurs if there is a glitch/peak at the end of the .wav file after loading it (so when you reverse the file and try to remove the glitch, Psycle crashes).

I encountered this when trying to reverse drum samples (crashes, cymbals). Sampulse seems to have the "play reverse" command, though, great!


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From [JAZ] on 13.07.2005, 21:54:

 

quote:
Original by fiasko
patttern name in bottom left corner doesn't update when changing song position.



I was aware of it. i've just implemented a patch for it.




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