Fluid Sample Scanning

Jan 13, 2012 at 2:03pm

Fluid Sample Scanning


working on a Travelizer styled sampler and am trying to figure out how to smooth out the way samples are scanned. in Reaktor’s Travelizer i think the setting is called inertia, if you are at all familiar with this instrument. should i be using expr or line in between the pictslider and waveform~ objects?

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Jan 13, 2012 at 3:05pm

I’m not familiar with it, but if, as it’s name suggests, it adds some inertia to the controls, then yes, line should do it.
You might also want to consider using a windowed pair of 2dwave~s, a la wavefader in the examples folder, to reduce general clickiness (try the crossfade).
I’ve also used sah~ to help reduce the clicks when you shift the loops points, though again it don’t think you can completely kill it,

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Jan 13, 2012 at 4:41pm

hi roger,

thanks for the reply, lots of neat stuff in there. the movement is much smoother now when scanning.

a few questions:

1. what is the 7th inlet for on “p 2dwavefader”

2. when scanning and selecting a very small section of the sample, is there a way to play back that region without changing the pitch?

3. since there are now two 2d.wave~ objects, it sounds like both play at the same time making a jumble of sound… how to hear only 1?



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