HUBA wrote:I'm not sure if I understand what you mean. I'd prefer a sampler with MIDI input.
I mean realtime playable MIDI notes that will trigger a sample like normal, BUT after the first keypress, instead of retriggering from its beginning each time another key is pressed, the sample continue from the point it was, exactly at note off time of the last key played. The sample is paused (and muted, not looped or anything) during each note off time. This will go on until the sample is played through.
So a sample of someone saying "hello" could be played h-e-ll-o with four keypresses, and even if one waits for more time than it takes to say "hello" after releasing the first key, the sample would still trigger from the letter "e" with the next keypress. Yes?
Will those you mentioned there allow for this?
Hugo76 wrote:I have a feeling the V-Synth will do this, but can't say for sure at the moment.
HUBA wrote:Hugo76 wrote:I have a feeling the V-Synth will do this, but can't say for sure at the moment.
Only way the V-synth will do it is by detecting 'events' automatically beforehand, for later to play the events one by one as you press a key again and again. There's no way to place event points by note off in realtime.
The V-Synth does this easily, just change it from re-trigger to legato, or whatever nomenclature they use on the Osc screen.
ninja6485 wrote:If I understand what you're saying, you mean like if I were looking at a wave on a computer and a little line that we can see scroll from beginning to end as the sample plays, what you want is on the key press the sample starts playing (line starts moving), and then when the key's released, instead of returning to the beginning, the line stops where it is, and on the next key press it begins from that point, as though playback of the sample were just paused.
blavatsky wrote:Pretty sure the roland SP404sx will do a pause/resume (but i don't think any of the other SPs do....)
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