Started by KrazyKatz, December 25, 2009, 12:11:31
Quote from: "maleek"And it is HUGE! :shock:
Quote from: "PPH"If someone figures out how to use the cross-sampling capabilities of the library, let me know.Here's the thing. A french horn, for example, sounds different when its loud than when it is not. By that I mean the sound is actually different, not just louder. The EWQL library takes this into account. But in MPT, the only effect I see is this: if I place "v32" in the volume column, I get the soft sound. If I place "v64", I get the "hard" sound. Now, if I were using samples and wanted to make a crescendo, I'd just interpolate the values between "v32" and "v64". But that doesn't work with VST plugins. I therefore have no way of achieving the great effect of having a crescendo in which the sound itself changes. When I use this plugin, I'm stuck with macros to control volume. But the instrument volume of the plugin does not affect the sample that is being used. I tried MIDI CC 7 and MIDI CC 11, but it doesn't work. Maybe the plugin doesn't use it. Any ideas?
Quote from: "Jojo"I haven't tried it, but orchestra sample packs usually take up dozens of GBs.
Quote from: "KrazyKatz"I'm honestly not too sure how well the "Play" interface works in Modplug and would be interested in hearing feedback.
Quote from: "PPH"I tried MIDI CC 7 and MIDI CC 11, but it doesn't work. Maybe the plugin doesn't use it. Any ideas?
Quote from: "TheEagle"Quote from: "KrazyKatz"I'm honestly not too sure how well the "Play" interface works in Modplug and would be interested in hearing feedback.Well, it worked fine, until I wanted to close the interface window. The 'close-button' doesn't seem to work (OPMT version 1.17.03.02).