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  • Soundfonts layers?

    With soundfonts (.sf2) can you assign different waves (instruments) to different velocity ranges?

    ex: 1-95 Snare1.wav
    96-127 Snare2.wav

    Thanks

  • #2
    Yes,
    Heres one I made from multiple ddrum samples
    Bill
    http://home.attbi.com/~wblack03/

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Snills:
      Yes,
      Heres one I made from multiple ddrum samples
      Bill
      What, what, WHAT did I miss??
      Snills what is that font on your site and what can you do exactly with it? I understand that its a ddrum sample, but how can you use it with you TD-xx.
      btw great story about the cy-15 bell!!

      Groeten,

      Peter

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      My bands: Meneer Van Zanten and The Shed (sorry, both in Dutch but you can see the pictures and listen to our songs)
      My bands: Meneer Van Zanten and The Shed (sorry, both in Dutch but you can see the pictures, videoclips and listen to our songs)

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      • #4
        snills: Is the problem you are talking about on the CY-15 will occur on the CY-12 as well? And, thanks a million for this great work, I love the sounds. Can't wait to try it out and make my own after!

        kornalius

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        • #5
          Originally posted by mrVRock:
          What, what, WHAT did I miss??
          Peter, some sound cards in personal computers can hold sound fonts. Next, you can connect a trigger unit to your pc and play with the sounds.

          Fun for home players, not for live situations if you ask me.
          Robert

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          • #6
            Yes you need a PC with a SBlive, EMU APS, or other soundfont compatible soundcard or software sampler. You load the font into your soundcard, and trigger the sounds through any edrum kit with midi out connected to your PC's\soundcard's midi port.

            If I get time some day I'll try and build another ddrum soundfont.

            Bill

            [This message has been edited by Snills (edited March 29, 2002).]

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            • #7
              BTW: my sound card (audigy) doesn't read the package file you made. Is it zipped?

              Not that I need ddrum sounds. He... he...
              Robert

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              • #8
                Originally posted by puttenvr:
                Peter, some sound cards in personal computers can hold sound fonts. Next, you can connect a trigger unit to your pc and play with the sounds.

                Fun for home players, not for live situations if you ask me.
                Thanks Putt for your answer!



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                My bands: Meneer Van Zanten and The Shed (sorry, both in Dutch but you can see the pictures and listen to our songs)
                My bands: Meneer Van Zanten and The Shed (sorry, both in Dutch but you can see the pictures, videoclips and listen to our songs)

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                • #9
                  I use a laptop that does not have a sound font compatible sound card.. and I'm curious what type of multitracking software will let you record the midi information and replace that with the soundfont. On practicly every recording thread here everyone reccomends tracking drums as midi data and replacing with real sounds later.. sounds like the way to go... but the replacing later, is that with sound fonts or with midi out from pc -> your drum module/sampler -> audio out -> back to pc to get your sounds? Thanks!
                  Gabe Kangas
                  DM5, D4, PD80R, CY-15, CY-6, Visu-lite Ride, DauZ's, Random Pintech stuff, BBE 362.

                  www.spasticsrecords.com/real-ity

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