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17 March 2021 at 8:07 pm in reply to: Sampling in DecentSampler when you have neither Logic nor Kontakt #2925
Assuming you already know how to create the sound files, once you have that ready you can manually write the .dspresset or use a tool like this one:
The .dspresset is an XML file, so it can be created/modified easily, and you can open an existing instrument with your favorite text editor to see how it’s done.
Here you’ll find the file specs:
I think the links in the kvr thread are broken, but looking for similar things (python and exs24) I’ve found another python code to parse EXS files:
Yup, that could be done. We would need a sample XML as a test guide, but to convert from one text format to another isn’t hard.
It would be interesting to try reading the .exs directly, but being a proprietary binary format and without the specs…
New version including conversion from EXS (in text format) to dspresset:
To learn how to get the EXS text you can watch @fred-poirier video in his awesome conversion project thread:
Thanks to Fred for the idea and testing, and to @david-hilowitz for the existence of the Decent Sampler.
Thanks! Working perfectly now ^_^
Hi! I’m in Madrid, Spain.
It would be interesting to grab a beer while talking about sampling and stuff if someone is around 🙂 although it may be prudent to wait a few weeks…9 June 2020 at 11:58 am in reply to: Who here is taking a go at Spitfire’s Westworld competition? #2271
This is the one I submitted, and let me tell you, it was fun!
Good luck to everyone!
I’d love to see an interview with the TV show “Devs” composers (Ben Salisbury, Geoff Barrow and The Insects, according to Wikipedia) ^^