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Challen Borzoni Piano Instrument Multisample

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fryyyyfryyyy germanyPosts: 150
edited June 2018 in Deluge Presets

Another Free Piano for Kontakt converted to Deluge format. The included demo song has midi mapping to Midi CH8.

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Audio Demo recorded in Deluge

Made with the Deluge kit generator

Cheers

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    beakerbeaker AdelaidePosts: 39

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    beakerbeaker AdelaidePosts: 39

    Great piano for Bee Gee's "Spicks and Specks"

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    beakerbeaker AdelaidePosts: 39

    .. although I did have to add A1, A#1 & B1 to the kit and reload it into my song to make the midi assignments align with you previous piano (albeit an octave up) :)

    Alas the song file allocated MIDI by kit rows as it has no knowledge of actual notes within kit files.

    Might be interesting for you to test padding empty or 'blank template' Nodes such that an optional 'starting' note can be set within your kit generator ? I'm using A0 (or A1) as my lowest (1st) row in all my kits of this type). If 'blank' doesn't work, then maybe do your missing sample trick with a negative or positive transpose to achieve the same result?

    cheers

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    fryyyyfryyyy germanyPosts: 150
    edited June 2018

    Thats a good idea, i will add an option to specify a note range.

    This way, one could also create several note ranges for different groups of samples to fill the entire key range. E.g. lower registers would play "sustain" samples while higher registers could play "vibrato" samples etc

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    beakerbeaker AdelaidePosts: 39

    Or even multi-instrument splits !!!

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    fryyyyfryyyy germanyPosts: 150

    Yes, i've added an option to specify a note range for now.
    Btw, when you say A0 i think you mean A-1 ? Because usually C0 is the start note. Sometimes however i noticed samples start naming at A0, but its rarer than C0 as start note.

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    beakerbeaker AdelaidePosts: 39

    Nah, I chose (personally of course), A0-C8, as this is the 88 key range of a piano.

    MIDI itself goes from C-1 to G9 (0-127) .. btw

    .. but configurable is always good :)

    cheers .. keep going with it !

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    fryyyyfryyyy germanyPosts: 150

    Ok, makes sense. Do you know if it goes A0, B0, C1, D1 or A0, B0, C0, D0 ?

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