I had a problem with the file names. It wouldn’t find them, so I had to re-organise everything.
Now it works.
I wanted to know something: Is it possible to actually change the pitch of a sound, say anything from +1 to +11 semitones?
If that’s possible I’d only have to load one piano sample for each octave and then just change the pitch to play the sample when needed, I figure this would save a lot of memory, and I could then have the option of other instruments, like string section, brass section, guitar, distorted guitar, organ, etc.
- benjamind asked 12 years ago
Thanks, this sounds awesome! 😀
Now I’ll only have to load just the “C” note for each of the 7/8 octaves of the piano. That means I can also do string and brass sections, organ, acoustic and electric guitar too, might even throw in a warm pad.
Thanks. I wanted to know if it’s possible to set the sample back to it’s default frequency once you’ve changed the frequency.
Say in Octave 3, I want to play C, E, G as a chord. If I just use the piano sample for C, can I then just set the frequency so it plays as E, reset frequency to default, set the freq. so it plays as G, then reset the frequency back to default…will this affect the sound in memory, does it actually change the sound data or does it only affect how the sound is actually played? Say, load the sample for C note, then simply set frequency and play it, with the original sound remaining intact.
Thanks for your help.
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