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» Sample editing
Hi, i wondered if anyone of you can recomand a sample editor which will work on an A1200/30 nicely. I work with Octameds built in editor, but some additional features would be great.
I tried Aural illusion 2 (
) but it keeps on crashing and takes forever to render. Also it seems to dislike 8bit stuff.
So, any ideas? Thanks in advance!
Samplitude works quite well IIRC
If you install the NSM patched version of OctaMED, I believe there are several third party NSM sample processing modules that can be used to expand on the basic capabilities of the original.
Thanks a lot for the advice!
"Samplitude works quite well IIRC"
Seems like there is only a demo available. Is someone still selling it? Referring to your post i assume, it will work with a 030/50. I should find a way to get some higher resolution though. But it sure looks nice.
"If you install the NSM patched version of OctaMED, I believe there are several third party NSM sample processing modules that can be used to expand on the basic capabilities of the original."
Alright, i will give it a try. Do you have some links maybe?
What would you recommend for plain a1200? I absolutely need "draw sample" option and some eq (and that's about all i need).
OctaMED SS's sample editor allows drawing once you zoom in far enough, but has no EQ functions. There probably are some available through NSM though.
Wow, didn't realise anyone even tried Aural illusion these days.
It shouldn't be the 030 causing problems, but it was never tested beyond a system with 6MB and 3.1. I've no idea what'd happen on a newer system with more memory.
Than again it was quite hacky.
I did a lot of work on v3 which would have been much better, if I'd ever finished it...
BTW I used to use AudioMaster, not many effects but it was a really nice, fast editor.
I've done quite a lot of sample editing years back on my A4000 and I used Samplitude, which is a good piece of software.
It has been released for free here, in its page, on the ACT web site (the developers of the Prelude audio card for example:
Copy and paste the free key on this page to Samplitude requester.
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