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hi-pitched click sounds 4 months 1 week ago #13

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One of these samples "D 400" has a defect in the left channel ("D 400L"). Between 1070 and 1073.



I've seen such problematic samples in a collection on web archive org
At least there is no problem on the right channel.
If you want to use it, you can set the "sample start offset" parameter to 1100 (or use only the left channel).
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hi-pitched click sounds 4 months 1 week ago #14

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there can be two reasons for me to mention Coolsoft VirtualMidiSynth;
1. they pay me 1000 euro's per download.
2. it is very good and easy to use soundfont player.
pick the one you like best.
after that listen to;
drive.google.com/file/d/1j0mjrEwHVLt3fs5...4G-/view?usp=sharing
and tell me if you hear clicks in that .mp3/
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hi-pitched click sounds 4 months 1 week ago #15

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ziyametedemircan wrote:
One of these samples "D 400" has a defect in the left channel ("D 400L"). Between 1070 and 1073.



I've seen such problematic samples in a collection on web archive org
At least there is no problem on the right channel.
If you want to use it, you can set the "sample start offset" parameter to 1100 (or use only the left channel).

wow im well surprised tbh!

i load these for my own collection, into an editor, find the key etc, i listen to every one of the samples i keep, they sounded good?

is that some slight clipping? what is that?

i never audibly noticed them in an editor?

i will tell you not every key seemed to produce the click-glitch when i was trying the keyboard

is there any way to detect these without zooming / looking for it? within polyphone i mean
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hi-pitched click sounds 4 months 1 week ago #16

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bottrop wrote:
there can be two reasons for me to mention Coolsoft VirtualMidiSynth;
1. they pay me 1000 euro's per download.
2. it is very good and easy to use soundfont player.
pick the one you like best

...well that was awkward

so it's a soundfont player? ok, that was part of my question yes

can i add it as vst? if so probably... (u asked if my daw can "host"/run it)

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after that listen to;
drive.google.com/file/d/1j0mjrEwHVLt3fs5...4G-/view?usp=sharing
and tell me if you hear clicks in that .mp3/
regards

this is great not just lack of the glitch/artefact but harp is great

what sf is it?

btw why do you ask about click in regard to that .mp3?
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hi-pitched click sounds 4 months 1 week ago #17

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the mp3 is a recording of the samples you posted, sitting in a .sf2 made in Polyphone, played in Windows10, on the Polyphone Floating Keyboard, through Coolsoft MidiSynth.

for the synth, ask Google to take you there, there is plenty information on that site.
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hi-pitched click sounds 4 months 1 week ago #18

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I think your original post #1 may have been deleted and I did not read it.

I tried to use your link but it contains so much garbage, some of which covers the reference to your file, that I gave up trying to download it. But thanks for trying!

However it seems that others have found glitches in your samples so that is the source of your problem. Harp samples do not need a loop. You need to critically listen to your samples before using them. You do not need every note to make a sound font. Just two samples per octave can suffice.

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