Your demos leave me (almost) speechless - certainly with a big smile on my face.
I understand the tails- a really clever use of a feature I thought had little practicallity past piano and harpsicord, but I don\'t understand how you get what sounds like legato response on some of the samples - you know, as if you\'re playing one sample which doesn\'t retrigger when you play a few other notes in the phrase?
Are those sampled phrases, or is it clever Giga programming?
\"Are those sampled phrases, or is it clever Giga programming?\"
There are NO sampled phrases - I use legato-tails and sometimes these are followed with grace-note (half/whole)-tails and slide-tails. Have you downloaded the \"solo\" version or the MIDI-version of demosong 4? Here you can really find out what is going on...
[This message has been edited by SCARBEE (edited 03-20-2001).]
After I have recorded a legato frase (hammer on) C3 - D3 I cut the sample just as the \"hammer on\" reaches D3. Then I save this sample as a legato-tail. I can the use any sustained note (or another -tail)as the attack note and then \"glue\" the legato-tail to the back of this. Grace-notes and slides etc. has been \"cut-up\" this way too. All the tails has been carefully programmed concerning volume, so it is easy to make it sound real. There are different tails for thumbed/plucked (D/G-strings)