Started by Skaven, September 07, 2008, 10:21:47
Quote from: "LPChip"Speak for yourself, will ya? I don't care for skaven, this feature is FTW!
Quote from: "LPChip"I already know you can give patterns a name, but I practically don't use that ability, because you must click a pattern in order to see it,
Quote from: "Skaven"I find it very useful and use it a lot. The pattern names are also visible in the Tree View's Sequence folder, making them very easy to browse.
Quote from: "Jojo"just calculate the length of one pattern in samples, stick the last pattern in front of all other patterns and remove it from the WAV again.
QuoteAutomatically inserting markers in exported WAV files sounds quite interesting, though! I might look into that.
QuoteHeh, I think there are not too many people who value the treeview that much and have helped improving it.
Quote from: "Skaven"Oh, um, I'm not mathematically inclined... how do you do that? Especially if the pattern uses "groove quantization" (changing speed or tempo every second row), or does some other tricks with the tempo in the middle of a pattern.
QuoteIt may take a bit of research to find out how to write markers into .wav metadata, but they're very useful. Many sample editors (like Sound Forge and Wavosaur) also allow you to insert markers to .wavs.
QuoteWell, I just hope the improvements you've made have been useful to someone else than me, too. :oops: