Started by Spock, February 02, 2011, 07:38:07
QuoteI'm using some VSTi's
Quote from: psishock on February 02, 2011, 08:53:50VSTi specialist here. Solution is to setup your VSTi correctly. Either by checking the loops and the envelopes, or by switching the polyphony to "mono", means only 1 sound will play at the time, no matter what. The second is nice for pitch glided lead sounds for instance.
Quote from: Jojo on February 02, 2011, 08:07:37That should not happen. Do you use Portamento (3xx or Gxx) on that note?
QuoteI think I have found the issue. I use XM format.
Quote from: LPChip on February 02, 2011, 14:36:02Ah, I had this problem too when converting from one format to the other. .itp to .it in my case.
QuoteNo, It's not a problem with any flags, it's a general problem with VSTis not working in the XM format. Since this has been the case since like forever, there are two possible things to do:- Remove VSTi support from XM alltogether (that's what I prefer)- Fix it
QuoteThe most obvious difference are different effect letters (ScreamTracker notation instead of ProTracker notation), and also subtle and not-so-subtle differences in effect handling, mostly because of how fucked up some XM effects are (e.g. arpeggio).