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The native sampler seems to only let you change and interpolate parameters in its own track instead of TWS or TWK cmd's. When I try to Interpolate without it, it interpolates the sampler commands as well as the values. This is very annoying seeing that I have to enter each part of my volume fade in manually


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I'm not sure what you are trying to do. Have you mixed twk commands and sampler commands in the same track or what?

I mean. The parameter interpolation function just interpolates between the values, and, your example of volume slide would be putting first 0Cxx and at the end 0Cyy (xx and yy being the initial and final values) and then apply the interpolation function.


If this isn't what you meant, please, be more specific or give an example of what's happening.


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