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From Sholley on 15.07.2002, 10:42:

Newbie note cut question

I haven't used a tracker for 10 years (and that was 'Noisetrekker' or something on the Amiga) - how can you prevent a new note from cutting the previous one in a pattern. Is it possible? I know it can be done with the sampler but I can't do it with a machine. I would like some nice decays on my strings, you see...

Love the sound quality, BTW.

Shaun.


From ksn on 15.07.2002, 10:54:

 

you can play with the release parameter of the synth machine to get smoother transition between notes or
you can also of course use several tracks for your notes.


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From Sholley on 15.07.2002, 21:58:

 

Thanks ksn,
I guess what I'm trying to ask is whether the machine tracks are polyphonic or can they only play one note at a time?


From ksn on 15.07.2002, 22:51:

 

each track in the pattern editor is of course monophonic and can play only one note at a time but use several tracks in your pattern and you play poly ! (native psycle synths are polyphonic)

you have no "machine tracks" : you put whatever you want in each track and for each row.
no track is dedicated to only one machine...

but maybe i misunderstood your point...


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From [JAZ] on 17.07.2002, 20:34:

 

Some machines are polyphonic "per track" and others arent. Arguru Synth is an example of monophonic per track, Feedme, or Phantom, are polyphonic per track (try using a long release time and you'll notice it)

So, in the end. This is not a tracker feature. it's a machine feature.


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From ksn on 17.07.2002, 22:40:

 

thx for helping me on this one [JAZ], i just realized my answer was not really explainatory


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