Confirmation of reported bug

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vlad1888d
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Confirmation of reported bug

Post by vlad1888d » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:33 am

Hello dear friends.
I wrote to IRC, but it's now time to go, so I'll leave message here.

Hello to all. I tried to make tremolo .sfz instrument, but fault into this error: https://bugs.linuxsampler.org/cgi-bin/s ... cgi?id=300
Do anybody checked it?

Also I reported this bug earlier: https://bugs.linuxsampler.org/cgi-bin/s ... cgi?id=301
Seems, that it's fixed, but I can't check this on my machine, I can't compile it. Maybe someone has ready .deb packages for it ?
Or, maybe, do you know, is Linux Sampler present in KXStudio distributive ?
And if it is, than, is it's version more recent than "2017-02-14 15:16:35 CET SVN" ?

I use Linux Mint 18.2 x64
Sorry for disturbing.
Thank you very much.
Best regards,
Vladislav

vlad1888d
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Re: Confirmation of reported bug

Post by vlad1888d » Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:21 am

Seems, I need to clear what do I mean.

I created 2 groups: 1 for pressing C key, second - for releasing. On each group there is a separate sample.
What I expected: when I'll press C key - will be played sample with stroke down on the string, when I release C key - will be muted stroke down sound, but played stroke up sound and etc.

I created .sfz markup for this (look bugreport), in general it works, excepting that stroke down sound is not muted when I release key and vice versa.
So after 10 seconds of playing we have many sounds layered one on another, instead of normal tremolo.

Dermin
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Re: Confirmation of reported bug

Post by Dermin » Wed Nov 07, 2018 11:55 am

I've had this issue too. Can you even make a normal tremolo with LinuxSampler?

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