Old 10-14-2018, 03:11 PM   #1
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Default Anyone know how RS5K divides up velocity samples?

if there are MIDI 127 levels, how does it split equally? Does it round up or down?
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Old 10-14-2018, 08:29 PM   #2
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if there are MIDI 127 levels, how does it split equally? Does it round up or down?
That's a good question and a few years back I could have told you, because I was doing a lot of experimenting with it.

If you seriously want to know, you can test it yourself. What I did is record my voice saying the numbers, I actually did 1 to 127. However, you only need the amount of voice samples that are important to you.
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That's a good question and a few years back I could have told you, because I was doing a lot of experimenting with it.

If you seriously want to know, you can test it yourself. What I did is record my voice saying the numbers, I actually did 1 to 127. However, you only need the amount of voice samples that are important to you.
Your solution is super creative. I need to do that.

I'm making drum-machines with crappy multi-samples.
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