|From gearboy666 on 17.11.2009, 21:01:
how to hold and sustain notes
im interested in making a slow and melodic song, but am very new to psycle, its interface, and everything. i know how to input notes in the track, but how can i get certain notes to hold for longer? that and how should i go about making these initial notes a pattern that i can then repeat over and over or whatever?
|From shadowbane on 17.11.2009, 21:18:
It depends on the synth/sample you are using. Some samples can be made longer by looping them. For synths you can set the sustain to be higher. You can think of the notes playing like hitting keys on a hardware synth/piano/whatever. When you put a note in the sequence it presses the key, and when you put in a note off you release the key. Sorry, but I can't help more without more details.
|From gearboy666 on 18.11.2009, 00:08:
well, im using a machine called pooplog ultral. I figure i could just hold the note for longer by enterin it several times in the pattern, but im really not sure what im doing. and in terms of looping the clip ive made, would that entail just typing the same note sequence over and over?
|From shadowbane on 18.11.2009, 18:01:
Entering a note several times in the pattern will be like hitting the note again and again on a keyboard, it will play over and over, but not sustain. If your notes aren't lasting until your note offs without playing them multiple times then you should open up the machine and check your sustain levels, turning them up until your note sustains properly.
|From Roel Smit on 18.11.2009, 18:54:
Most synths have a attack, decay, sustain an release knobs.
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