Started by Zenon, July 13, 2010, 20:00:54
QuoteI've made this question because in a mod/xm I can't do an exact tone shifting by tone, so it's necessary (but honestly I'm not sure of this) to know first the speed of the song in that moment.
QuoteIn that case, is there a mathematical solution to know what a X value of tone portamento will bring the note ?
Quote from: "Jojo"Depends on which tempo mode you use in your module...I don't really understand what you want. What is "exact tone shifting"? It sounds to me like the 3xx (MOD/XM) or Gxx (S3M/IT) command is unknown to you...
101 = +1/16 semi-tone per tick110 = +1 semi-tone per tick1CO = +12 semi-tones (1 octave) per tick (#10 * 12 = #C0)
101 = +5/16 semi-tone per row.103 = +15/16 semi-tone per row, wich is almost a semi-tone but not exact.
Quote from: "Zenon"Even if I try to put a value of x1 or xf after a note I listen always the same tone :shock: