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Zy_X3L
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Joined: 11/12/2016 - 05:38
"issue" with PCMSynth

Hello. So first of all,  the reason why I qouted "issue" in the title is because I dont know if thats an issue or me not knowing how to use PCMSynth correctly 

My "issue" is when loading an Acapella with 17 equal splices in a .zip file (compressed with ES file Explorer if that changes anything) to PCMSynth the splices are put down in a random order and most of the supposed marked keys dont make any sound, the sound comes off from random keys that arent even marked, and from some investigation I found that only 10 keys press at all even tho all 17 marked keys appear still in the piano roll (yes all splices were correctly split into exact same sizes and the bpm is correct) 

Also if you could suggest any other way to put Acapella into songs I'd appreciate that 

Zy_X3L
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Small example file

Small example file

Caustic Song file (optional): 

mike
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Joined: 12/18/2011 - 15:53
How did you name the wav

How did you name the wav files in the zip? What are the bit dpt and sample rate of the slices?

These 2 questions are pretty much what would determine if Caustic can't load a wav.

Zy_X3L
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I named them 001-017 in a

I named them 001-017 in a particular order

All were spliced within caustic 16bit 44.0 Hz standalone wav editor

paulovski
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Not sure what the problem is

Not sure what the problem is here. All your samples are loaded consecutively starting at C2. If you switch the scale to chromatic, you'll be able to play them all.

mike
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Now talk about obvious paul!

Now talk about obvious paul! hehe I didn't think of that at all.