Started by Harbinger, January 14, 2008, 16:16:19
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"I read "midi macros (Zxx)". Does this mean that the filter only affects sounds coming from a midi-bank, not samples ?
Quote from: "älskling"I'm not sure what you mean with sounds coming from a midi bank.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"Quote from: "älskling"I'm not sure what you mean with sounds coming from a midi bank.Good question, I'm not sure either, because I never used MIDI in tracking.But I got the impression that I can open open up a bank and pick some sound from the list to become an instrument.Because the same is happening when importing a .MID file.
Quote from: "älskling"By default global filters (S9C) are enabled, which means the cutoff/resonance values stays the same for new notes. Changing to local filters (S9D) resets the aforementioned values to their default (Z7F and Z80 respecively).
Quote from: "Harbinger"So what that means is that if i call a macro (say to control VST parameters), then i can still use Zxx in the same channel to go back to resonance-shifting (by calling a new note with its instrument)?
Quote from: "Harbinger"Does the macro stop if i begin resonance shifting before the macro is finished within the same channel?
Quote from: "Harbinger"this stuff really needs to be put on one sheet, so i can print it and use it when i'm composing...
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"Yes, that's what I meant. Thanks for clarifying this. One question to be sure though :- Will this sound converted to samples+instruments also be saved in the module-file, so, after that, the soundbank isn't necessary any more?