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  • #5203
    Anders Wall
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    Hello Pianobook community hope you all are ok in these crazy times.

    I’m about to release a few new instruments and would love to have some of them in Decent Sampler format.
    Does anyone know how to code pedal noises, aka midi CC 64?
    Can’t seem to get my head around how.
    Any help would be appriciated.
    Cheers,
    Anders

    #5207
    Fred Poirier
    Participant

    Hi Anders!

    Here is a bit of the DS instrument code from Mickleburgh Piano about the pedal noises:

    <group name=”Pedal Down 1″ volume=”6dB” onLoCC64=”90″ onHiCC64=”127″>
    <sample path=”Samples/Mickleburgh Pedal Down 1.wav” start=”0″ end=”286042″
    loNote=”0″ hiNote=”0″ rootNote=”0″ tuning=”0″ volume=”0dB” pan=”0″
    loopEnabled=”false” loopStart=”0″ loopEnd=”286042″ loopCrossfade=”0″/>
    </group>

    <group name=”Pedal Up 1″ volume=”6dB” onLoCC64=”0″ onHiCC64=”40″>
    <sample path=”Samples/Mickleburgh Pedal Up 1.wav” start=”0″ end=”119123″
    loNote=”0″ hiNote=”0″ rootNote=”0″ tuning=”0″ volume=”0dB” pan=”0″
    loopEnabled=”false” loopStart=”0″ loopEnd=”119123″ loopCrossfade=”0″/>
    </group>

    So, as you can see, all you need is to add these onLowCC64 and onHiCC64 on the pedal noise groups.

    I hope it will help you!

    Cheers,
    Fred.

    #5218
    Anders Wall
    Participant

    Fred!

    Thank you so much for your reply.
    I’ll give it a go tonight and hopefully there will be a few new instruments to upload in a not too distant future.
    🙂
    Again, thank you!
    /Anders

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