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General Chatter / Re: Scandinavian/ Traditional Viking instruments/ samples
« Last post by Herrwulf on January 07, 2017, 21:26:04 »
Sweet, thanks.

https://herrwulf.bandcamp.com/track/gungnir

Found some goodies and made a track, ambient Scandinavian sound
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Help and Questions / Re: Plugin (Instrument VST) Compatibility & Panning
« Last post by Brozilla on January 07, 2017, 21:04:59 »
Midi Macros seem to be taking care of the plugin specific stuff like you mentioned (panning.)
Just need to work with it a bit more so thanks for the help!
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Help and Questions / Re: Plugin (Instrument VST) Compatibility & Panning
« Last post by Saga Musix on January 07, 2017, 00:15:36 »
Yes, Play should work just fine in OpenMPT.
Panning is not sent to plugins because there is no standardized (and no per-note) way of doing so. You will have to figure out which MIDI CC or plugin parameter (if any) can control panning - quite often CC 10 is used for panning, as prescribed in the General MIDI standard. This affects all notes on the same MIDI channel.
The same is true about volume by the way, hence there are various settings to handle those (read up on "Volume Command Handling" in the instrument tab).
Hopefully volume and panning will become more easy to control in the future using per-instrument macros (that is, macros that are automatically called when there is a panning or volume command in a pattern). Some initial code for this has been lying around for a while, but I have yet to find a straight-forward and intuitive way to offer these settings to the user without crowding the UI even more.

(Vibrato is done using pitch bend, which is somewhat standardized since it's a dedicated MIDI command, but it's only per MIDI channel, so if more than one note plays on a MIDI channel, all of them are affected. And OpenMPT cannot know the pitch bend depth of the plugin, so the user has to enter it manually.)
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Help and Questions / Plugin (Instrument VST) Compatibility & Panning
« Last post by Brozilla on January 06, 2017, 23:46:53 »
Recently I had purchased the EWQL Hollywood Orchestra Diamond and waiting for the package.
Since this uses (IIRC) the Play VST would it work with OpenMPT? Would assume so and honestly it's best to try it out but maybe someone knows beforehand?

Also I don't seem to be able to use the panning (volume slides, Dxx, seem to not work but velocity commands do.) Right now I'm reading and assume we use the Zxx MIDI Macro or PC (Parameter Control) for midi changes? Currently in investigation and assume this is the case. Some commands (e.g vibrato) do work and I'm experimenting as to what can be done using traditional .it commands.
For submission I'd (obviously) need to sample the instruments but would like to work with an "as is" sound first.
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The numbers are rounded half up, and the bars are rounded up (thus even a single user will always display a tiny bar).
Statistics account for systems we have seen over the last 3 month period.
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General Chatter / Re: Scandinavian/ Traditional Viking instruments/ samples
« Last post by Herrwulf on January 05, 2017, 23:46:59 »
Great! thanks, I found a couple decent flute sounds via modarchive by searching medieval.

You know any other sites that offer songs/instruments and the like other than modarchive? I've tried torrents but you need a credit card to sign up or some shit, lame. Plus the other ones that don't require CC have 0 samples other than hiphop.

Appreciate all the feedback. 8)
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General Chatter / Re: Scandinavian/ Traditional Viking instruments/ samples
« Last post by Saga Musix on January 05, 2017, 13:15:11 »
For acoustic instruments, single samples from random places will most likely not sound good. I do not have specific recommendations for the types of instruments you are after, but "ethnic" (or probably medieval) sample packs or instrument plugins may contain the instruments you're after.
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General Chatter / Re: Scandinavian/ Traditional Viking instruments/ samples
« Last post by herodotas on January 05, 2017, 08:46:04 »
You can try freesound.org also. But sampling by self are more creative.
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