At 9/5/08 12:40 AM, Gloudas wrote:
Hmm, didn't know about that. It isn't what I was looking for, but it'll work perfectly for what I need
Thanks karco :D
Glad it helped. :)
At 9/5/08 05:01 PM, Cebster wrote:
At 9/5/08 04:45 PM, S3C wrote:
Ahh- so are you inserting a sample and the sound continues to play and you want it to stop when you let go of the key? That can be solved by going to volume tab on the sampler, adjust the release time on the Volume envelope (the knob should say REL, its the last one) turn it to the left until you get it to your liking.thanks but i know to use nvelpose. but i need it to cut short the first time but carry on the second. well i guess if thats the case i could just clone the channel. i thought there might be a way to do it like you side chain something. so before it has time to carry on a trigger brings it down rapidly.
you should learn about envelopes- there's a guide at www.basicsofedm.newgrounds.com
In the sampler channel of your kick sound, go to the MISC tab. Find the button labeled "Cut itself" and click that - hopefully that's what you mean? It'll cause the kick to cut off midsample if you play it again while it's still playing.
If you want the kick to duck when it gets played again over an earlier play, I don't think I know how to do that - it might be possible, but I've never needed it to work that way. What I would do is clone the kick sample, and under the SMP tab, turn up the quick fade-out knob (labeled Out, near the bottom) until you like what you're hearing. It'll work for that rhythm at that tempo, but if you change either, you'll need to make a new sample with the Out knob at a different position, as you can't automate it.
And thanks for the plug S3C. :D