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    Got xSample vol.12 - Clarinet

    Wow!!!

    that\'s so great! I gave it a first try yesterday, and it works well...there are som many things you can do with controllers though... it will take time to use this library at his full potential...

    Archangel

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    Re: Got xSample vol.12 - Clarinet

    Hello,
    thanks for your positive feedback!

    Hans-Josef (Xsample)

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    Re: Got xSample vol.12 - Clarinet

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Hans-Josef:
    Hello,
    thanks for your positive feedback!

    Hans-Josef (Xsample)
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    That\'s really cool!
    I\'ve got some questions :

    Are there more comprehensive documentation about the gig files? For now, I only have the controller/patch information ... unless there are other files on the CD... but can I crossfade? if so, how?
    BTW, I never knew key-switching, and I found it yesterday....that\'s really great!

    Another thing : is there a way in Cakewalk Pro Audio 9 to show the Giga instrument names loaded instead of \"Grand Piano\" on channel 1, where I loaded my clarinet? If it\'s not possible in this version, is it possible in Cakewalk SONAR?

    Archangel

    [This message has been edited by Archangel (edited 11-13-2001).]

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    Re: Got xSample vol.12 - Clarinet

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Archangel:

    Is there a way in Cakewalk Pro Audio 9 to show the Giga instrument names loaded instead of \"Grand Piano\" on channel 1, where I loaded my clarinet?

    Archangel
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Hi Archangel ( Michael? )

    I have the complete series of XSample
    and is very found of almost all of the instruments.

    As for patch names there is a way to show
    Giga names in Cakewalk 8.0 ( I suspect it won\'t be that different in CW 9.0)
    - Here\'s a quick walktrough:

    1. Choose menu Tools->Instruments

    2. In the popup window \'Assign
    Instruments\', choose the \'Define\' button.

    3. In the left windowpane(instruments) you
    right click and choose \'New instrument\'
    and name it, eg. Gigastudio 1.
    This will be not your new clarinet, but
    rather your sampler.

    4. In the right windowpane(patch names, note
    names etc.) Right click and create a
    \'New Patch Name List\'. This will be your
    new instrument list.

    5. Right click on your Patch name list and
    choose \'Add Patch Name\' - This will prompt
    you for banknumber and name for the first
    entry.

    6. Add as many (up to 128) names to your
    list as you need.
    Caution!
    To enter the following entries you have
    to right click the latest entry and
    choose \'New Name\'. You can\'t just repeat
    step 5.

    7. When all needed patch names has been
    defined, drag the patch list itself
    to the left windowpane to your previously
    defined instrument.

    8. Close the window and return to the
    \'Assign Instruments\' window.

    9. Assign the desired port/channel to your
    new instrument (Gigastudio 1)

    10.Mark the \'Save Changes for next session\'
    and click OK.

    Hope it helps your out.

    What you don\'t wan\'t though, is using
    crossfaded velocity layers on solo instruments. The problem is that at any given point in your crossfade, except for the zero- or 127 controller position, you get to samples sounding at once,
    which completely destroys the illusion of a solo instrument.

    best regards
    Sapkiller.

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