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theshade 2013-03-25 11:06

RE Request
 
Hi,

Would some kind developer be able to create an RE that would play your wav/aiff files in your library as your song is playing. Also detect the root note of each sample would be great.

Then have the ability to load the sample in. If it was available I would buy it in an instant.

Thank you.

JellyF 2013-03-25 12:46

Try The NN-XT! ;)

theshade 2013-03-25 12:59

I can indeed, thanks. But I want to be able to load the sample as Audio not MIDI :)

SteveDiverse 2013-03-25 15:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by theshade (Post 1271781)
I can indeed, thanks. But I want to be able to load the sample as Audio not MIDI :)

samples are audio - not sure what you mean by midi sample, or loading samples as midi into NN-XT.

you load audio samples into NN-XT. NN-XT can auto-detect the root note, map notes to scale, etc.


theshade 2013-03-25 17:07

I mean when laying it to track, i want to see the audio transient not a midi line. cant time stretch etc :)

SteveDiverse 2013-03-26 00:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by theshade (Post 1272019)
I mean when laying it to track, i want to see the audio transient not a midi line. cant time stretch etc :)

I think you are in luck...

option 1: record the track (any instrument), then file >> bounce mix channels
select the instrument(s), bounce to new track, etc. you can choose whether or not mix settings are applied

this creates an audio track version of the bounced track

option 2: create the instrument, then goto the rack, and expand the mix channel device for that instrument.

select the 'record source'

create an audio track, and select the device as the source - record enable the audio track,
this will record the audio output of the instrument to the audio track.

theshade 2013-03-26 11:57

That is great to know. Thanks Steve


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