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TOPIC: Can I specify a non-zero sample start?

Can I specify a non-zero sample start? 1 year 9 months ago #1

  • John J Speth
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Is it possible to specify a non-zero wave sample start using only Polyphone?

I have a sampled vocal sentence of four words with which I will assign to five different notes (C=the entire four words, D=first word, E=second word, etc). Using any wave file editor (like Audacity), I can isolate each word into its own sample file. It dawned on me that if I was able to specify start and end points and apply these points to the sample file in four unique ways (one for each word), I could achieve my goal without having to create four additional sample files. Is that possible with Polyphone? If so, how would I do that?

I've experimented with the loop indices and hit a dead end there. The loop indices only control the loop repeat after the sample is played from position 0.

Thanks, John
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Can I specify a non-zero sample start? 3 weeks 3 days ago #2

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At the instrument level you can specify an offset for the sample start, same for sample end.
www.polyphone-soundfonts.com/documentati...es/instrument-editor
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