Sound Resynthesis

Sound Resynthesis-2
The Resynthesis function takes an input sample and recreates the sound as a 'Spectrum' that is a series of Breakpoints.

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OR if you need to preserve Detune on other Spectra...

6.4 In the breakpoint menu, first select 'Copy Breakpoint', then select 'Paste current view to all breakpoints'.

Note that you can load your own custom Noise Samples to the library if needed.

'Fire', shoot the resynthesized sound to a Zone: Open the SPECTRUM menu and import the Spectra into the selected Zone (Import charged sample).

The Normal setting is the lowest resolution while Best has the highest and works in conjunction with the SPECTRUM menu item 'Import charged sample'.

Changes to RESOLUTION will only be audible once the resynthesized sound has been loaded to a ZONE (see below).

This is similar to the 'Root Note' function in a Sampler and is the main control to adjust when matching the resynthesized sound with the original sample.

RESOLUTION - Changes the rate at which Breakpoints are laid down (similar to sample rate).

If desired you can change the import resolution by selecting the RESOLUTION (Normal, High, Best) options in combination with the 'Import charged sample' step.

If you have resynthesized a sample and the sound is still out of tune (and you have set the Resynthesis DETUNE range to the max) the following method may help: 6.1 If you don't need to preserve Detune settings on other Spectra, turn down the 'Control Range' Detune slider (on the main interface) to the minimum setting.


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