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hi-pitched click sounds 1 month 1 week ago #25

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hi-pitched click sounds 1 month 1 week ago #26

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i've put 1100 into the global settings for that parameter, glitch is there still

can you tell me how to use only one channel? btw did you mean " use right channel only " ?

The glitch is still there, of course. Otherwise why write 1100 in sample-start-offset? We use that parameter to get the starting point just after that glitch.

In order to use only one channel: you have to unlink the relevant samples from the tools menu and delete the defective one from the instruments section and set its pan value to 0.
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hi-pitched click sounds 1 month 1 week ago #27

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ziyametedemircan wrote:
full name wrote:

i've put 1100 into the global settings for that parameter, glitch is there still

can you tell me how to use only one channel? btw did you mean " use right channel only " ?

The glitch is still there, of course. Otherwise why write 1100 in sample-start-offset? We use that parameter to get the starting point just after that glitch.

In order to use only one channel: you have to unlink the relevant samples from the tools menu and delete the defective one from the instruments section and set its pan value to 0.

u recommended i try sample offset, i tried it, saved the change, even though now samples are triggered after the supposed glitch, glitch is still there. idk if you understand

i succeeded with that panning tip tho, the soundfont is clean now! i didn't know you can remove individual channels that's why i wasn't getting what you mean
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hi-pitched click sounds 1 month 1 week ago #28

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so i was 100 samples too far, but at 1070 i see no clicks either (D400.png). downloaded the sample anew (named it D400a.png), unzipped with 7zip; no clicks for me, as far as i can hear and see.
have you tried the D400.sf2?
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hi-pitched click sounds 1 month 1 week ago #29

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bottrop wrote:
so i was 100 samples too far, but at 1070 i see no clicks either (D400.png). downloaded the sample anew (named it D400a.png), unzipped with 7zip; no clicks for me, as far as i can hear and see.
have you tried the D400.sf2?
watch the attached .png's

The difference between the two: I viewed this sample with Polyphone software, you viewed it with another wave editor.
Now I looked again with Audacity and you are right, there is no clipping but there is a high dB value (at 0dB).
When I normalize it to -1dB and import it into Polyphone, there is no clip.
In this case, can we say that when the sample goes above a certain dB value, the dll used by Polyphone to load it clips it?
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hi-pitched click sounds 1 month 1 week ago #30

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you are right, Ziya, i just exported the D400 sample from Polyphone (1.9) and there is a click at L 1070.
so the solution is to normalize the samples before importing them in Polyphone.
regards bottrop
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