Andrew Lowell

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Different Pitch for each trigerred audio sample Jan. 13, 2020, 7:04 p.m.

Here you go

What happened to .bchan export and/or how do I get it back? Jan. 13, 2020, 4:38 p.m.

Ah, Gotcha. Yeah my Indi license isn't happy with it. Same with my H16. That's too bad

Different Pitch for each trigerred audio sample Jan. 13, 2020, 4:25 p.m.

Copying is a lot more difficult in CHOPs than say, SOPs because of the sample based nature of what's going on. If you've got the copy method to work that's awesome, I've use the copy approach before and it's completely valid. One thing that might give a bit more control is to use a lookup ramp as an intermediary step. In this way you can also time-stretch/warp the audio.

Step 1: Triggers, a channel of 0. 1's at individual samples
Step 2: Trigger CHOP, Generate ramps or 0-1 linear progressions. The length would default to the length of the audio file. Half = double pitch. Twice = half pitch.
Step 3: Lookup CHOP
Step 4: This can be done to multiple channels. To hear it, they need to be added. You can use a math chop set to add channels