Re: Soundbridge and MultiSample voices.

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Posted by Albert Holguin on January 08, 1998 at 23:53:22:

In Reply to: Re: Soundbridge and MultiSample voices. posted by Jon Steele on January 05, 1998 at 18:59:18:

: : Hello,

: : Does anyone know how to set up samples in
: : soundbridge so that you can have multiple
: : samples per voice. So that there is one sample
: : for each given range in the keyboard. Thats how
: : the normal QS voices are arranged, with multiple
: : samples per voice to avoid the chipmonk affect
: : right ?

: Alesis has plans to add key-mapping of samples to a future version of SoundBridge. In the meantime, the Mac version of SoundBridge accepts SampleCell Instrument files, which are collections of AIFF or .WAV files with key and velocity mapping.

: You can key-map 4 regular samples using the program parameters. In some ways this is actually better than a multisample burned into the card, because you can fade gradually between keygroups.


I see your point, each keygroup can have its own
program parameters and you can overlap keygroups.
The downside is you use up all the sound
register allocations and 4 samples wont cover too
many octaves. Since I only have PC, I guess I'm
stuck with that for now though. I appreciate the
update and suggestions.


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