Some starters help please?

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Heimling
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Some starters help please?

Post by Heimling » Mon Nov 26, 2018 2:32 am

Hi,

I used to track on Fasttracker 2 and even SBstudio back the dayzzz, I've had about a 12 year break but I AM BACK IN TOWN!
and this time I have a midi keyboard.

BUT

I would need some help:
1. How do I transpose a whole segment?
2. How do I attach my midi keyboard, I can't hear a sound, (if you want to skype with me or meet with me on #sunvox on espernet please email me at onlinefiolen@gmail.com, any guidance would be great but a direct chat or a skype video call would be even more helpful.

Thanks
Heimling

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Re: Some starters help please?

Post by NightRadio » Mon Nov 26, 2018 10:29 am

Hi!
1. How do I transpose a whole segment?
* select some segment;
* use one of the following shortcuts:
SHIFT + '=' -- transpose up (+1 semitone)
SHIFT + '-' -- transpose down (-1 semitone)
SHIFT + ']' -- transpose octave up (+12 semitones)
SHIFT + '[' -- transpose octave down (-12 semitones)
More info: http://www.warmplace.ru/wiki/sunvox:man ... _shortcuts

2. How do I attach my midi keyboard, I can't hear a sound
Main SunVox menu -> Preferences -> MIDI -> select your MIDI controller and correct channel number for it. If you are not sure about the channel - use the ANY value.
When you press some MIDI button - you can see the small green square on top left of the module view. This means that the MIDI connection is established.

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Re: Some starters help please?

Post by SolarLune » Thu Nov 29, 2018 8:42 pm

WHOA, I never thought there'd be shortcuts for transposing - I use transposition pretty frequently, so it's good to hear that there's shortcuts for it. Thanks!

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Re: Some starters help please?

Post by El Nino » Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:16 am

Hi, I'm curious about the "SBstudio" software.

What is it?

Are there some screenshots or videos of it somewhere online?

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Re: Some starters help please?

Post by theorize » Fri Mar 01, 2019 2:12 am

El Nino wrote:
Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:16 am
Hi, I'm curious about the "SBstudio" software.

What is it?

Are there some screenshots or videos of it somewhere online?
Unless you're using an old soundblaster card I wouldn't worry about it.

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