Still drums


    Mar 08 2007 | 4:15 pm
    Hi EyOne,
    I think I could sort some things out concerning my patch. I wonder if someone could help me to find out some more...
    I trigger some sounds in in sfplay with a percussive instruments. Now they just restart playing every time I hit the conga... how would it be the easiest to hear the whole sounds while I hit them, like they would be echoes of each other?
    I attached the file, if someone could have a look?
    thanks,
    tEdor

    • Mar 08 2007 | 5:19 pm
    • Mar 08 2007 | 6:15 pm
      Hi, thanks for replaying.
      I just use max in the school, so I can not save it now in another format, but I have not used poli~ just a peakamp~ and some sounds played with sfplay~. Is it possible to get sfplay to get something played until the end while it is triggered again and again... (sorry for my english:)
      I may should use groove for this kind of approuch...
      thanks
    • Mar 08 2007 | 6:42 pm
      Whether you do it with poly~ or some other way, you will need one instance of sfplay~ for each voice you require, so if you want to hear eight notes at once you will need sfplay~s. Yes poly~ is a good way to do this, bhut as always in Max, not the only way!
      Best
      L
      On 8 Mar 2007, at 18:15, tedor wrote:
      > > Hi, > thanks for replaying. > > I just use max in the school, so I can not save it now in another > format, but I have not used poli~ just a peakamp~ and some sounds > played with sfplay~. > Is it possible to get sfplay to get something played until the end > while it is triggered again and again... > (sorry for my english:) > > I may should use groove for this kind of approuch... > > thanks >
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    • Mar 08 2007 | 7:04 pm
      Hi, I will have about four different sounds, all adjusted to a different threshold of the volume. So when I hit the conga in piano it plays sound one, mf=sound two, forte= sound three...
      Can I use one four sounds? I hit the conga faster then the sound finishes (in this case the sounds stops and starts from the begining). I am sure there is a way to sort this out somehow, I may need to use something like a buffer and groove... will try it!
      Thanks for the support!
      tEd