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Applying sfz parameters to wave files 1 month 1 day ago #13

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it has only 36 samples in my version
try this;

drive.google.com/file/d/10Hnuyg8WV61js2J...3er/view?usp=sharing
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Applying sfz parameters to wave files 1 month 1 day ago #14

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What did you do exactly?
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Applying sfz parameters to wave files 1 month 1 day ago #15

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i boosted the start of the samples in a wave editor.
36 samples means 36 minutes of my life have vanished in a soundfont.
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Applying sfz parameters to wave files 1 month 1 day ago #16

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I surely appreciate your help! But no need to waste too much time on this. I've already managed to fix this issue manually, sample by sample. I just wish there could be a way to do this quicker and automatically for any other soundfonts when it's needed in the future
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Applying sfz parameters to wave files 1 month 1 day ago #17

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there is a way to achieve this with Global Settings, but it is not very elegant.

in the Instrument's Global Settings you let the sound Decay for about the time of the slow attack to a Sustain of, say 10 dB, so the whole samples will be played back softer, but at the same volume.

in the Preset's Global Settings you Attenuate with a negative amount of dBs until you reach the desired volume.

examine this;
drive.google.com/file/d/1pzeKaT9k8codOnq...Bt-/view?usp=sharing
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Applying sfz parameters to wave files 4 weeks 3 hours ago #18

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I know GStomper only from the free GRhythm version. I didn't know it supports SFZ-files.

Well, if GStomper doesn't recognise the opcode you need than you just have to edit the samples themselves I guess. I often use Audacity for editing sound files. You can import multiple files: each one appears as a separate track. You can export those tracks separately, though keep in mind they will all have the same samplerate: the one you will see at the bottom left on the window.

Talking about the PapelMedia Strings SF2: I've edited the one I found a while ago. I removed all duplicate samples and I've set the samples all to the same samplerate. By setting the samplerate all the same I didn't alter the data of the soundfiles, so no convertion. This however will change the playbackrate, which I've corrected by changing the root key and tune with Polyphone.

When I find it I will share it here.
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