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Author Topic: Single Cycle Waveform, how?  (Read 2752 times)

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nemuikuma

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Single Cycle Waveform, how?
« on: April 28, 2011, 08:19:23 »

Hi
can someone help me out on this one?
I want to use single cycle waveforms, but i have no idea how to tell milky tracker that the sample is not a pitched one (I know there is relative pitch) but a pitch-less single cycle.

It was easy on schism tracker (set the play rate to sample length * desired note)but i couldn't find anything like this in MilkyTracker.

The only solution i came up with is to resample to 44 or 441 sample but it is less than perfect. Because i loose resolution this way and I'm not sure it will be still in tune is someone plays it back on a different rate (48k or 22k) will it be still in tune.
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Re: Single Cycle Waveform, how?
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2011, 19:56:15 »

I think that the topic "Detailed explanation of sample sizes to use for hand-drawn instruments." linked in the Documentation sticky might answer your question.
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Re: Single Cycle Waveform, how?
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2011, 08:41:39 »

Thanks.
It was a little hard for me to understand (because it's more like a conversation than a tutorial) But I'm okay now :)
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