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    Prominy LPC library and sampled chords

    Hi there,

    I had the opportunity to test this great electric guitar library. Really great... and amazing sound.

    There's also sampled chords ( up to 5 varations for each chords ) , maj, minor, sus4, maj7, and so on ...

    And I wondered if someone had made a script that detects which chords you play on the keyboard and trigger the appropriate sample ?
    Because, currently , every chord is a separate K2 patch, which's pretty annoying to me. Imagine you have a whole song, with lot of different chords, you need at least 8 patch = 8 midi tracks to cover it.

    Romain

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    Re: Prominy LPC library and sampled chords

    i think thats a brilliant idea for a script.


    Hans

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    Re: Prominy LPC library and sampled chords

    There is a .nkm that include all the chords in a multi. You can change the chord using key switches and play all the chords with a single MIDI channel. You don't need to use multiple MIDI tracks for the chords

    file name:
    all_chords_clean_3.nkm
    all_chords_distortion_3.nkm

    file location:
    \139_various_chords\all_chords_multi\

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    Re: Prominy LPC library and sampled chords

    Oh cool ! I haven't noticed the multis

    Not real time chords detection but still it's an improvement thank you

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    Re: Prominy LPC library and sampled chords

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnCarter View Post
    Oh cool ! I haven't noticed the multis

    Not real time chords detection but still it's an improvement thank you
    There is also an allchords multi that include the palm mutes that would typically be associated with the selected chord.

    jeffn1
    For original progressive electronic rock influenced by J.S. Bach and (old) Rush, check out: www.soundclick.com/jeffreynaness.

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