Re: QS6 MIDI playback and better manual? (thanks)
Posted by Markus Nentwig on August 17, 1998 at 08:04:21:
In Reply to: Re: QS6 MIDI playback and better manual? (thanks) posted by Keith on August 14, 1998 at 12:18:03:
In my version of SoundBridge, which is the 'old', 16 Bit windows version, there are several text input boxes in the right of the project manager.
When I select a WAV-File and insert in my project, I can access the loop point settings there on the right of the proj.manager window.
So maybe they are not there in the 32-Bit version (or you'd see them by yourself), hmmm...
I think it doesn't matter that much if you can modify the loop points in SoundBridge, because finding a loop point is kind of 'trial and error' to avoid clicks and pops.
You better do this with SoundForge or a similar prog and save the loop points in the WAV-file.
Since I'm working on a 386 I don't think it would be wise for me to install NT or Win95 for enjoying the benefits of a 32-bit version of SoundBridge (I'd have to switch that PC on in the evening so that it has booted the next day ;-)
Concerning the manual:
Yes, the two-finger-trick for starting the sequence is in there. Somewhere.
I admit, I read the whole thing (as a pdf-file) only because it was all the information I could get on the QS8 before buying one (I bought this one 'blind', without prior testing)