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Yeah, I kinda knew that. It sounds horrible if it isn't on 15. :| It's the best you're going to get, unfortunately. You could speed each sample up so you can fit more in the one-second limit, and use a W0C effect to slow them down again to make them seem longer, but that can be a bit of a hassle an...
- Sat Jan 16, 2016 6:08 am
- Forum: General Talk
- Topic: I was wondering if there was a way to make noise into an instrument.
- Replies: 6
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One thing you could do would be to overclock the tracker to 400 Hz and use rapidly alternating arpeggio macros to get the results you want. It's really specific and takes a lot of trial and error, though.
- Fri Jan 15, 2016 9:28 pm
- Forum: Original Music
- Topic: Latino [4ch-N163, 0.5.0 beta 5]
- Replies: 4
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I've said it before and I'll say it again: I just love this song, and its Latin-American feel that it has to it. I would so tango to this (even though this is more bossa-nova than it is tango what am I talking about). Wonderful job!
1.) Go to file, then select Configuration. 2.) Go to the sound tab in the Configuration window. 3.) In the "Sample rate" dropbox, select 96 000 Hz. 4.) Click "Apply" then "OK." That's what I did when I got my laptop and FT under-ran. This should fix the issue. Aren't y...
This thread got me thinking: Could I do the same thing, but with a cover rather than an original? I have no headphones with me at the moment, so I decided I'd give it a go. Of course, the song I covered is ridiculously simple and only uses two channels, but I had the computer I was using muted the ...