Started by Nahkranoth, January 24, 2009, 13:07:50
Quote from: "Jojo"I don't have problems with \xx regarding smoothness. Could you please provide an example that's not as smooth as you want it to be?
Quote from: "Relabsoluness"Perhaps a result of low Ticks/Row value?
Quote from: "Jojo"That would rather be a result of low tempo, wouldn't it? Commands become "staircasess" if you set a very low BPM rate, not if you set the ticks/row high.
Quote from: "Jojo"lol... Ticks/Row is displays in the main toolbar (standard value: 6) and can be set with Axx (IT/S3M) and Fxx (XM/MOD). Basically, it describes how many actions are processed in one row.
Quote from: "LPChip"Make sure that you aren't leaving gaps in the rows. The best way to accomplish a smooth transition is to select the beginning note, add a \7F (assuming you want to start from this value) Then move to the last note where you want to place a \00. Then select all the cells from the start position all the way to the end, right click and chose extrapolate effects. It should automatically give you a smooth transition. Since the first effect is also a \ command, it might sound weird if the first row is played. To compensate for this, change the \ to a Z. If you have many \xx same notes, it doesn't really matter.
Quote from: "Nahkranoth"I want to make some wobbly bassline using simple bass patch and tweaking the cutoff of the LP filter. The problem is that even when I'm using \xx to smoothen the cutoff slides it still sounds like ladder, i hope you know what I mean. So where the heck is smoothness I'm longing for? Anyone with some experience on using smooth parameter slides please explain to me how this thing works, and how to achieve really smoov as silk slides without using ridiculously long patterns and superfast tempo.Psishock? Are you there?
Quote from: "Jojo"That would rather be a result of low tempo, wouldn't it?