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From Ranger on 13.10.2002, 10:13:

PLease Help ab/ sampler command 09

For example: when I using sampler command 09 offset in sample between 0900 and 0901 is too much app 0.3-0.5 sec. How I can to decrease it ????


From [JAZ] on 13.10.2002, 11:01:

 

the offset jumps 256 samples with each number. This is how trackers have always done it. if you had to specify an exact value, the command value would have to had between 6 or 8 columns, not 2 like now.


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From alk on 13.10.2002, 15:22:

 

maybe this calls for another command, an offset by ms? :p


From [JAZ] on 13.10.2002, 16:47:

 

256samples * 1000 milliseconds/ 44100samples = 5milliseconds.

Still, it could be wise to substitute the current command, by this millisecond-based one. Don't know.


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From Taika-Kim on 14.10.2002, 09:42:

 

I actually don't recall how the Psycle offset actually works, because I never used it for anything else than offsetting some speech samples.

Anyway the way the offsett command should IMO work is by 256th parts of the sample.

So if you have loops that exactly the length of some even bar (1, 2, 4, etc), it's very easy to slice it to useable components.

So if the loop has 16 16th notes, the individual notes can be triggeret with: 10, 20-...> F0. And if there are 4 bars, that is, 64 notes, it's still easy: every increment of 4 means one 16th note onward, 0F is a quarter, etc.

So if Psycle already works in this fine way, ignore post :


From alk on 14.10.2002, 17:59:

 

don't substitute, make another command for the ms based one


From [JAZ] on 14.10.2002, 22:58:

 

quote:
Original by Taika-Kim
So if the loop has 16 16th notes, the individual notes can be triggeret with: 10, 20-...> F0. And if there are 4 bars, that is, 64 notes, it's still easy: every increment of 4 means one 16th note onward, 0F is a quarter, etc.



I'd call this manually editing in a single sample, what Multisample instruments are... :P

And no, If I remember well, the offsets were of samples, not relative to sample size (I can't remember now and I don't want to check)


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