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General Chatter / Re: Colour scheme exchange
« Last post by Saga Musix on Today at 11:04:19 »
Nice! ;)
Maybe it's finally time to add some of those to the official OpenMPT package...
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General Chatter / Re: Colour scheme exchange
« Last post by herodotas on Yesterday at 19:23:58 »
Some color schemes from me.
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Help and Questions / Re: Audio on Background
« Last post by pit80 on March 27, 2017, 18:50:41 »
WOOOOOOOW! THAT PERFECT!! hahaha work now ;)
THAAAAAAAAAANK YOU!
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Help and Questions / Re: Audio on Background
« Last post by Saga Musix on March 27, 2017, 18:41:53 »
It sounds like you do not have "Maintain sample sync on seek" enabled in the general settings, which does exactly what you want.
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Help and Questions / Audio on Background
« Last post by pit80 on March 27, 2017, 17:41:14 »
Hello! I have a some  (strange) question. Is it possible here in OPT put audio on background?
For example... I have a some beat (WAV / MP3). And i want add some melody for this..
How can i do it in OPT?

P.s. Add Wav/Mp3 as sample - doesn't work in my situation. Because if i play track not from start - Back audio doesn't played. (Logical).

If it's impossible, let me know. Thanks!
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Help and Questions / Re: How to play the same note twice at the same time
« Last post by Bisc88 on March 25, 2017, 18:55:24 »
the EF1 effect works (I used the portamento effect before but I didn't know it has fine adjustments). But I found an even better solution! :D I added a +- 10 cutoff variation at instrument's panel. Now every note is different because they are random. This not only solved the problem but also made the suspense more deep.

I uploaded the result in the attachments.
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Help and Questions / Re: How to play the same note twice at the same time
« Last post by Saga Musix on March 25, 2017, 11:11:13 »
What you are looking for is typically called "round-robin samping" or similar. Round-robin sampling means that more than one sample of a specific note has been sampled, each of them sounding slightly differently (just like hitting the same piano key twice in real life sounds slightly different). The piano samples from Windows' MIDI library that you use do not use round-robin samples, so you will either have to find a soundfont or plugin which uses round-robin sampling, or maybe just combine several different piano soundfonts to produce different sounds.
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Help and Questions / Re: How to play the same note twice at the same time
« Last post by LPChip on March 25, 2017, 09:26:45 »
Add EF1 to one of the notes. It is a pitch shift up, but F1 is fine. It should make it sound like a chorus effect applied to it. But don't go overboard or it will sound out of tune.

I don't know what kind of sample it is, but I suspect it is a drum sequence. If so, consider replacing one of the notes with a completely different sample.

Also, remember you can use the Oxx to set an offset. You could set the offset for the entire duration from when the sample starts all the way to that last row before the next note starts, and have notes played at every row. If done correctly, the section with offsets won't make any difference. Now transpse the keys of all notes by an octave and voila, impact!

Hmm, looking at the screenshot, they're not drumsamples. I think in your case, I would transpse the right F#2's 3 semi notes up.
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Help and Questions / Re: How to play the same note twice at the same time
« Last post by Bisc88 on March 25, 2017, 00:20:29 »
Hmm... thats true, it really plays the note twice but I can't differentiate them because there is no difference. I tried to use the delay, offset, portamento and to change the octave, but they break the suspense. Is there any effect that slightly changes the frequency of the note? E.g to play a note between F and F#.

It is possible in real life if two pianos play the same key at the same time like in an orchestra 8).
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Help and Questions / Re: How to play the same note twice at the same time
« Last post by Saga Musix on March 24, 2017, 19:45:41 »
If you play the same sample with exactly the same settings twice (which you do), you will hear one sample playing at twice the volume. That's how any sampler works. If you want two distinctive notes to be heard, you will have to modify one of the two notes, e.g. by playing it with a delay, offset or portamento effect.

Either way, what you are doing here is not realistic at all - you cannot hit the same key twice on a piano at the same time. ;) Maybe it would make sense to transpose one of the two notes by an octave up or down.
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