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Hello there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Today I'm going to show you how to create samples with Notepad.

The pictures show well what I mean.

1. Create a new text document.

2. Write anything (I recommend numbers).

3. Move the text document to the samples tab, and configure the sample.

4. Ready!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

for me it only produces some clicks but no actual tones


--- Quote from: Vojvodinosaurus on September 10, 2021, 06:55:01 ---for me it only produces some clicks but no actual tones

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Saga Musix:
You'd have to loop the sample to hear a proper tone. Anyway, there is absolutely no point in using this technique when you can simply draw a chip sample directly in OpenMPT's sample editor. You'll get much more predictable results much more easily.

True story: I used a QBasic file as a sample in a song once. Not a great idea musically, but in my defense, I was 16 and thought it was funny. I still have the song, but I never attempted to export the QBasic file from it to see if it still runs.


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