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    How do I make my Cymbal samples stay alive?

    Hi folks, I\'ve used the patch editor to create a gig file with drum samples. Now when I for example use a 16th note in Cubase to play the cymbals, the sound gets cut off unless I stretch the note longer. Is there anyway to keep the note as a 16th but have the Cymbals play all the way through without getting cut off?


    Thanks!

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    Re: How do I make my Cymbal samples stay alive?

    Set the cutoff in the GS editor to 2 sec\'s or longer. This way each note will not get cut off

    Donnie Christian
    DS Soundware http://www.dssoundware.com

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    Re: How do I make my Cymbal samples stay alive?

    Good question Alec!

    Where is the cutoff in the GS editor? Can\'t seem to find it.

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    Re: How do I make my Cymbal samples stay alive?

    You\'re talking about the release time on the amplifier envelope - in case properties for that region.
    Alternatively, leave it the same and extend the duration of the notes in the sequencer

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    Re: How do I make my Cymbal samples stay alive?

    I found it! It\'s in the Release(sec) located in the EG/LFO1 section. For drums, I\'d rather increase the Release time in the editor instead of extending the duration of the notes in the sequencer.

    Thanks Chadwick & donnie.

    [This message has been edited by migo (edited 06-23-2000).]

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    Re: How do I make my Cymbal samples stay alive?

    Right on, will check it out Migo. Thanks everyone.

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    Re: How do I make my Cymbal samples stay alive?

    No problem Alec.

    I found out what it was when I decided to compare a drum kit for GStudio I downloaded last week with one I created. I noticed that the release times were different. So I lengthened the time on my snare, and BINGO!


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