Hey guys br
I was thinking of sampling some synths then putting them into a sampler (kind of like what Phil did for the bass in the disco tutorial)br
Just have some vsts that are very cpu hungry and thought this might help.br
anyone have any ideas/tips on how to go about this?
Hey guys br
Hi, if you set up your VST to the sound that you want to use and then set the audio from to resampling within Ableton, hit record and play a C3 note, you have then got an audio version of that sound you can add into a Simpler.
Theres a pretty cool thing you can do with audacity where you record lts of different patches in to one file then get audacity to detect silence and it will split the gile up and save allthe individual bits.br
Ill do a tech tip on it soon.
That tech tip sounds quite interesting. I like the droping sounds into simpler and playing them, good for getting an old school detroit type of vibe going.
i like using the juno62 for this and then resampling the the note of chord and reloading in into the ableton sampler. Or if you are felling mental why not try resampling it into native instruments absynth.
[quote]en1gma (12/05/2013)[hr]Hi, if you set up your VST to the sound that you want to use and then set the audio from to resampling within Ableton, hit record and play a C3 note, you have then got an audio version of that sound you can add into a Simpler.[/quote]br
This is what I did but over a few octaves so c0 c1 c2 etc, made sure there was plenty of silence between each note then chopped in ableton, imported into sampler and in the zone tab put Distribute ranges correctly around root key.br
the results have been ok its like a poor mans version of the patch but its pretty cool.
please do more tech tips! thats where i benefited most when i was a subscriber, they wer quick and to the point and you really learn a lot!