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    A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    We need (I need) a GS manual for non techies. Something that will explain the difference between a \"lowpass\" and \"highpass\" filter, for example.

    By the way, what is the difference?

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    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    It\'s very easy.
    A low pass filter cut the high frequences and let the low through.
    A high pass filter cut the low frequences and let the high through.

    Georg


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    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    What about Nemesys organising (directly or indirectly) \"The GS University\", where one can learn more, better, ...

    I\'m prepared to pay money for such a course.
    (b/c I would save time and get to actualy play faster)


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    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    Maybe a video tutorial would be a good idea.

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    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    Would there be any interest in a \'Gigasampler for dummies\', I might write one.

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    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    I\'ll fess up: YES!

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    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    And if you could make it fit seamless with the Gigasampler Manual, following the same chapters, but explaining where what needs to br explained, lots of examples,
    Also put it online and make it a work in collaborative work in progress.
    It should be value add to your forum

  8. #8

    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    Ok, I\'ll admit it. I need it too!

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    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    Maybe part of the problem is that the synth/sampler industry still insists on using 40-year-old technical terminology - oscillators, envelopes, filters, etc. etc. Perhaps if the various functions were described in a more intuitive way, it would be easier to pick up these things. Not only do you have to be a composer and arranger to make music these days, you have to be a producer, recording engineer, CD mastering engineer, and electrical engineer to boot.

    So c\'mon manufacturers. Call those lowpass/highpass filters \'tone controls\'. A rose by any other name...

  10. #10

    Re: A GIGASAMPLER MANUAL FOR NON-TECHEES

    Me too! I like this idea.

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