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Offline Misu

About YEM and editing voices
« on: May 26, 2023, 12:15:40 PM »
Dear All,
I encountered the greatest complexity in editing in the case of pianos and for traditional instruments in cimbalom.
Many come with explanations like we have 70 samplers and 6 speeds.
Unfortunately, when we open the respective sound in YEM, we often find in element 1 the 70 waves repeated 6 times for the different velocities chosen.
Except for volume and panning, nothing is different from one velocity to another. The 70 x6 waves will behave the same as when we have a velocity and only 70 waves without so much work with the small squares in YEM.
An editing much closer to the truth should be done by copying the 70 wavs into 6 elements, in this case, each element having the desired velocity and then assigning to each velocity the different parameters that can be set in YEM from the cut-off to volumes or Amplitude EG.
Only now with a light touch we will have a warm sound or with a strong touch a strong sound where the string vibrates.
Of course, it is ideal that the waves are different for each speed.
In YEM, hard work means quality.
For a long time, I wondered why UVN sounds are heard better than PPF.
Later I discovered that some UVN sounds contain stereo waves. Fast translation through SF2 loses this feature, therefore.
- Open UVN in Awave and check each element for stereo waves.
If you find them, save them separately.
- You can translate through SF2 only for mono elements
- In YEM, the stereo elements are completed wave by wave.
Only now what I got is the quality of Tyros4.

Best regards
PSR SX-900; PA 1000; AKX 10
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