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Thread: The science behind the sample
09-03-2015, 07:32 AM #1
The science behind the sample
Guys, I need your expertise here.
Why is it that if I load a sample (let's say, a vocal of 1,5 secs) in the NNXT, the length of the sample shortens and lengthens when I play the higher and lower keys?
Is it possible to keep the length of the sample (rootnote C3) eventhough I play other keys?
I tried timestretching (loading sample in audiochannel), but so far I am unsuccessfull.
If I shorten the audiosample, the sound also pitches up.
Where am I going wrong?
Enlighten me pls!
09-03-2015, 11:15 AM #2
Cause it just plays the sample slower or faster depending on the input pitch?
I dont think it's possible to keep the length straight in nnxt. To do that i think you need to manually stretch and transpose the samples accordingly and then load them all in and select all samples and then "set zones chromatically"
09-03-2015, 12:23 PM #3
09-05-2015, 05:55 AM #4
Thnx for your input guys. Since its raining day and night here, all reason to play and figure things out
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