i\'m trying to make a sample by myself.i got a great tutorial called wavs to gig fast and easy but when i play a low key my sample sounds to slow.with a high key too fast.
how can i fix this problem.
it\'s my first time sampling.
about the loop SECRETS?....any tips too?
I am no sampling techie but from what I know, it sounds like you are trying to stretch a sample across many keyzones (or regions). How many samples are you using? You should turn off the \"pitch trk\" option (I don\'t know where you\'ll find it in Gst, I use a Gigasmapler LE). You should define the unity note as of where you want the sample to be placed on the keyboard eventually(if it is a pitched instrument you are creating).
If you are doing a loop or non pitched sample you shouldn\'t be worried about the speed of your sample being played back...
thanx a lot saudade,chadwick and donnie.
i\'m trying to sample an orchestra sound from a transcription of johan seabastian bach\'s toccata and fugue in Dm.i think this is a good tip.the final part of the main theme have enough sustain to make a sample.the cd is bach greatest hits rca victor bmg classics and if one of you, want it tell me.
my doubt is .how can i select a region?if i compress this sample 50% of the original sound and put this 1 octave lower than the original sample and vice versa could work?
does anybody have tips to take some samples from music cds or web site?i mean,orchestral samples.
A quick look at the GigaPiano or Ultimate Timpani in the editor might be helpful to understand the \'masssive multisampling\' capability of GigaStudio.
Each note is it\'s own instrument, with it\'s own character - almost impossible to model mathematically. For example, even a single middle \'C\' stretched with a DSP intensive formant corrected algorithm like the Roland hw doesn\'t sound anything like a piano once you move away from middle \'C\'. The math is way too complex. Physical modelling has got a long way to go for many classes of instruments.
[This message has been edited by wazoo (edited 07-07-2001).]