Started by Bavi_H, April 01, 2012, 18:59:07
Quote from: RyanBram on August 20, 2016, 15:18:24Great news.I downloaded and tested the last version of OpenMPT. One thing that I hope can be improved are cymbal sound. It stop too fast instead of gradually fade out like in the original. (Maybe sound like ts.!, instead of tsssss......) Strangely if I downgrade to IT and adjust the ticks/row, the cymbal sounds as expected.
Quote from: RyanBramSorry if I cannot describe it well as my knowledge about musical terms are fairly limited. I attached a MIDI sample which often make use cymbal sound.
QuoteThe MS Roland GM library is pretty lame if you ask me so not sure why it's a problem.
QuoteI'm still on "revision 6609" and have no notable issues with the midi import.
Quote from: RyanBram on August 21, 2016, 01:11:48But in my opinion sometimes some instrument doesn't sound good compared to the original.
QuoteIf you can just put the notes on the right row, i'll figure out the rest! I'm just happy those old files aren't lost in their binary purgatory, thanks to your efforts...
Quote from: RyanBram on August 21, 2016, 01:11:48I am aware about your warn about your intention in improving MIDI importer. But by looking your effort in creating MIDI importer from scratch and how often your commit in SVN (this is the first time I watch sorce code progress of OSS project daily) for MIDI importer improvement, then I talk myself "maybe" I still have chance for asking Saga to do small fix like cymbal sound improvement, at least before next OpenMPT stable release which mean you will focus on another improvement. Because if MIDI synthesizer can handle hi hat and cymbal sound well, there must be a way to make it works in OpenMPT which once again I am aware it is not your intention in the first place.I use technology mainly to make more accessible for me to reach something that I don't have many knowledge about it. That's why I prefer to use simple MIDI editor like Sekaiju over full featured DAW like LMMS, simple game creator like Construct 2 over advanced game creator like Unity, and OpenMPT instead of Renoise. Because OpenMPT is a software that make it easier for me to access tracker music creation (something that increasingly rare today) than Renoise thanks to the much improved MIDI importer.
Quote from: Saga Musix on September 18, 2016, 11:41:20Everyone was welcome to fix it.