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espiegel123
audiolayer [2020/11/30 10:29]
espiegel123 note about velocity numbers needing to be three digits
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   * AudioLayer will then go through the motions of importing the samples. You will see a display of the sample names as it imports them.   * AudioLayer will then go through the motions of importing the samples. You will see a display of the sample names as it imports them.
   * Once AudioLayer has finished importing the samples, you can delete 'myNewSFZFolder' from the AudioLayer folder using Files app as AudioLayer has imported copies of the files to the internal storage area shared by the AudioLayer app and its AUv3.   * Once AudioLayer has finished importing the samples, you can delete 'myNewSFZFolder' from the AudioLayer folder using Files app as AudioLayer has imported copies of the files to the internal storage area shared by the AudioLayer app and its AUv3.
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 +=== Creating AudioLayer Instruments ===
 +== Using the Auto-Mapping Feature ==
 +AudioLayer has an auto-mapping feature that it can apply to create velocity and key zones when importing samples. If your samples are named according to this convention, creating velocity-layered instruments is very fast -- and is more consistent than when importing sfz format instruments. See [[https://forum.audiob.us/discussion/32530/tutorial-guide-creating-samples-for-a-manually-configured-instrument |Tutorial/Guide: Creating Samples For a Manually Configured Instrument]]
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 +AudioLayer allow for a few conventions. The AudioLayer Auto Map test suggests <samplename>_<dynamics>_<notenameAndOctaveNumber> or <samplename>-<dynamics>-<notenameAndOctaveNumer> . The following also works <instrument name>_<note name and octave number>_<velocity level>.<audio file type>. Dynamics can be a **three-digit** velocity number or a dynamics marking (from quiet to loud): ppp, pp, p, mf, f, ff, fff. For example: "mypiano_c3_110.wav".
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 +When using numbers for the velocity, make sure to use three digits for all velocities. For example use 080 and not 80. Make sure that the part of the name that precedes the note name and velocity is identical for all samples in the series. 
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 +== Using the Auto-Sampler ==
 +TIP: Experiment with the threshold level setting before doing a complete auto-sampling. If you set it to a very low value (like -80db) there may be some bleed from the tail end of the previous samples release if the release has a very long quiet tail (whose entirety isn't needed.)
  
 === Video Tutorials (Importing) === === Video Tutorials (Importing) ===
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