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Viewing topic "A quick question about waveform names"

Posted on: November 24, 2008 @ 02:13 AM
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As I edit some of the piano voices, i noticed that some waveform names end with identifiers like st, mn, sw, + and - signs.

St and mn are obvious ones, so what does the “-” and “+” signs means? My guess is that they are the “-” signed waveforms are closed miked samples.

Also there is the “GrandStSw1” and the “GrandStSw2”. I guess the “sw” stands for switch, but what does this actually mean?

And last but not least, again “GrandStSw1” and the “GrandStSw2” are just variations. Are they sampled from different pianos, or just the same samples which processed differently?

Thanks in advance,

  [ Ignore ]  


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