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Topic: Is the Strad chromatically sampled?

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    Is the Strad chromatically sampled?

    In other words, is a C# a completely different sample than the adjacent C, etc.?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Is the Strad chromatically sampled?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarkio
    is a C# a completely different sample than the adjacent C?
    It's more than that – it's several completely different samples. Each note is sampled at a number of different levels, morphing seamlessly. Also, the attack part is apparently separate from the sustain part. And so on...

    I don't think any corners were cut on this one.

    /Joey

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    Re: Is the Strad chromatically sampled?

    Thanks. I want to use the Strad for 3 parts of a section in unison by playing one line with no transpose, one +1, and one -1 transposed, then bring the transposed notes back to pitch with pitch change. This only works well if the 2 transposed notes are actually different samples.

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