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How to export patterns in OpenMPT with predetermined tempo?
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How do you do multi-sampling in OpenMPT? Would you just use multiple tracks, or is there a way to add all the samples to one instrument?
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The first thing you have to realize is: It is mathematically impossible to do perfect time-stretching. Every time-stretching algorithm has strengths and weaknesses. For example PaulStretch (the one herodotas linked) is awesome for stretching samples by big factors (e.g. making it 10x slower) but it doesn't really work that well for small amounts, which I think you are after. Every time-stretching algorithm has some sorts of artifacts, and this is why samplers generally don't do time-stretching. Time-stretching cannot substitute for proper multi-sampling because for example if you play a note on a piano and then play the same note one octave up, it's not just the duration of the note that changes - the timbre itself changes, and that is something that time-stretching cannot do.
Any professional sample-based synthesizer solves this problem by using multi-samples (which you can also do in OpenMPT), not by time-stretching.
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General Chatter / Re: Covid19 - well wishes
« Last post by .^o on Today at 11:22:01 »
Back to compo too.
Best wishes and compos to all.
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Well, you looking for timestreching plugin. Maybe you want to try this https://xenakios.wordpress.com/paulxstretch-plugin/
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I'm looking for a plugin that will allow me to play different notes without affecting the speed samples play at. Does anyone have any good recommendations?
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Here's a song for you. It still feels off to me, but let me know if you detect the same thing. Currently, it's only streamable, since I can't get to my computer right now. However, later on, I'll add the downloadable song file.

Nevertheless, enjoy!
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Help and Questions / Re: How to set the "default" key of a sample
« Last post by herodotas on March 26, 2020, 23:04:10 »

Alternatively you can try the autotune feature (pitchfork icon) but it's not guaranteed to be as precise as doing a transposition.

Autotuning in Openmpt one of the best I tried, really like it. Always can using old school method like take perfectly tuned sine wave (C5 or A4 or another), play it and tune your samples by ear, or use small app in attachment.
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Help and Questions / Re: How to set the "default" key of a sample
« Last post by Nexus Darkshade on March 26, 2020, 21:34:55 »
Currently there is no "root key" information for samples. You will have to transpose the sample (or instrument) up or down (Ctrl+A/Ctrl+Q by default) until a C really sounds like a C. Alternatively you can try the autotune feature (pitchfork icon) but it's not guaranteed to be as precise as doing a transposition.

Thanks, this will work.
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Help and Questions / Re: How to set the "default" key of a sample
« Last post by Saga Musix on March 26, 2020, 19:31:08 »
Currently there is no "root key" information for samples. You will have to transpose the sample (or instrument) up or down (Ctrl+A/Ctrl+Q by default) until a C really sounds like a C. Alternatively you can try the autotune feature (pitchfork icon) but it's not guaranteed to be as precise as doing a transposition.
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