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    CDXtract yields longer attack and decay settings...

    I have been comparing the SConv and CDxtract versions of some AKAI Distorted Reality files. CDxtract consistently yields longer filter attack and decay values. CDxtract creates gig 1.0 files - not sure if gig 2.0 files generally have shorter attack and decay times; that wouldn\'t really make sense.

    Anyway, I was just wondering what people\'s thoughts on this are. I personally like SConv results better because the shorter filter time values allow the onset of the sound to come quicker.

    I am wondering how I can determine what the actual filter settings are supposed to be for the AKAI files.

    -brian

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    Re: CDXtract yields longer attack and decay settings...

    Hey Brian,

    How do you make the comparison?

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    Re: CDXtract yields longer attack and decay settings...

    To compare them, convert a given AKAI patch to gig using both converters. Then open each gig file in the instrument editor to view the filter characteristics. I downloaded Translator demo to see what it does, but the demo is quite buggy. Couldn\'t do anything with it other than reboot my system because of crashes. I can\'t believe how much trouble I am having with these conversions!

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