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  • in reply to: Waves cr8 sampler thoughts? #5270
    Sid
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    “…in Reaper, at the moment you can not drag media from the timeline directly into the sampler.”

    Can you drag from the media explorer?

    in reply to: The dummy head photo… #5254
    Sid
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    Ha ha! My first thought was “Henson calls it Dave, he can’t mean that”…

    in reply to: The dummy head photo… #5238
    Sid
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    Looks like a Neumann KU 100 binaural head.

    in reply to: Installing question #5190
    Sid
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    Have you seen this?

    Sid
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    I used the search function and searched for the word “bright”. Mason & Hamlin, Yamaha, which are the usual suspects, I suppose, but also “Studio One” which is a Steinway Model B.

    in reply to: I understand pianobook is for music composers #5090
    Sid
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    Atmospheric packs that I like currently on PB (under Found Sounds):
    Snow
    Into the Forest
    Freshwater Bay
    Fire
    Water Triptych: Rain, Stream and Wave
    Thrumming Textures: Earth
    Isolation Collaboration
    Isolation Collaboration: Extras
    Owl Choir

    Sid
    Participant

    Emmanuel,
    Can you give us an example of how you use microtonality?

    in reply to: Full set of keys #5075
    Sid
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    Well, there is a document outlining the recommended naming convention here:
    pianobook co uk / resources / how-to-sample / recording-your-piano

    It also states that:

    When naming your samples, make sure you include the name of the note (using sharp ‘#’ signs rather than flat ‘b’ signs) to make it possible to auto-map your samples into a sampler. Also include the velocity layer in the name or “RT” for release triggers. Files should be saved at 48khz, 24bit, wav.

    But don’t expect musicians to follow any rules, Ha Ha!

    in reply to: Full set of keys #5063
    Sid
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    I’ve only run into one library on Pianobook that was a cut down version of a pay product, but that isn’t against the rules.

    in reply to: Full set of keys #5047
    Sid
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    I have run into that occasionally, depending on the instrument being sampled. If I feel I need more range, I just open the code and stretch the lowest key down and the highest key up.

    in reply to: I compiled SFZero plugin for windows 10 64 bit #5023
    Sid
    Participant

    No, Decent Sampler isn’t open source.

    in reply to: I compiled SFZero plugin for windows 10 64 bit #5010
    Sid
    Participant

    If I’m interested, what would be my next step?
    Is it better than Sfizz (from the sfz.tools website)?

    in reply to: Website Feedback #4992
    Sid
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    As Leon mentioned above, certain threads appear to be locked:
    “Error: your reply cannot be created at this time.”

    in reply to: I understand pianobook is for music composers #4977
    Sid
    Participant

    Well, I am not a lawyer, and this is not legal advice, but I would not trust any sound that I couldn’t trace back directly to whomever created it (me in most cases). Just because someone posted something on a website saying it is public domain doesn’t mean it actually is. The last thing we want is to get PianoBook in hot water with some audio with a dodgy provenance.

    in reply to: I understand pianobook is for music composers #4975
    Sid
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    Well there is a section on Found Sounds. As long as you recorded the sounds completely yourself and own the copyright, should be interesting.

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