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Crossfade problem here

obstgegenrechz
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334 posts since 17 Jun, 2004, from south germany

Postby obstgegenrechz; Tue Dec 17, 2013 6:17 am Crossfade problem here

Hey TX16 Users!

over here the crossfade loop function is not doing anything.
I tried now over half an hour to achieve it, but i'm blank...
is there a secret knob somewhere or any magic involved to get it working?

Crossfade is On, i can see the graphical exponential representation.
I have "assigned the loop" via rightclicking ... which i didnt really see as intuitive but ok.

There definitly no crossfading going on ... there is a clear click when the loop is jumping to the loop start point.

Any Hints?

Thanks for your attention!

joe
elcallio
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1259 posts since 27 May, 2005, from Stockholm

Postby elcallio; Tue Dec 17, 2013 6:32 am

Did you press the "execute crossfade" button?

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TX16Wx Software Sampler:
http://www.tx16wx.com/
obstgegenrechz
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334 posts since 17 Jun, 2004, from south germany

Postby obstgegenrechz; Tue Dec 17, 2013 6:41 am

there is the magic...!!!!!
Thanks!!!
i thought i pressed there but i i dont wanna search for excuses now :)

ok this is the first time i was reading the manual to an VST instrument ... there was no mentioning there about that though ...

anyway thanks elcallio! <3
elcallio
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1259 posts since 27 May, 2005, from Stockholm

Postby elcallio; Tue Dec 17, 2013 5:49 pm

Section 7.5.1.3, page 33.
TX16Wx Software Sampler:
http://www.tx16wx.com/
oGatoulas
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3 posts since 17 Mar, 2017

Postby oGatoulas; Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:36 am Re: Crossfade question here

Hello, I am not sure if I should open a new thread for this but I wanted to know if the crossfade function alters the original AUDIO file.
elcallio
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1259 posts since 27 May, 2005, from Stockholm

Postby elcallio; Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:54 am Re: Crossfade problem here

It alters the audio data (destructively). However, the changes are not written to disk until you save the wave, and you have undo support for the changes.
TX16Wx Software Sampler:
http://www.tx16wx.com/
Eleventh
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293 posts since 1 Dec, 2012

Postby Eleventh; Thu Mar 23, 2017 10:49 am Re: Crossfade problem here

Hmm didn't know it destructively alters the original waves... I think it could be more explicit so you don't end up ruining your samples by accident.

A question: I'm currently doing editing for a TX16WX version of the free Versilian Studios Community Edition orchestral strings, doing cleaning and trimming, and adding crossfaded loop points. Will I be able to share these patches without the modified wave files? Can one use the original waves available on the website with my patches, so that TX16WX makes the necessary modifications to that user's wav files so that the loops etc. work correctly?

Thanks!
elcallio
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1259 posts since 27 May, 2005, from Stockholm

Postby elcallio; Sun Mar 26, 2017 12:58 am Re: Crossfade problem here

No. Crossfade and trimming are by definition destructive processes. You are altering the sound data/data set. TX16Wx does not keep any "non-destructive" track of this in patches. (It does to some extent in DAW banks, but that is a different story).
TX16Wx Software Sampler:
http://www.tx16wx.com/
Eleventh
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293 posts since 1 Dec, 2012

Postby Eleventh; Mon Mar 27, 2017 10:52 am Re: Crossfade problem here

ok thanks!

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