How to make each sample from impulse have its own audio eff?

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abdelwahabm
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How to make each sample from impulse have its own audio eff?

Post by abdelwahabm » Sun Nov 15, 2009 9:04 pm

I want to have each sample loaded into impulse to have its own audio effects, i wanna mix the sample...how i can i do that without having to add another clip??

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Re: How to make each sample from impulse have its own audio eff?

Post by arachnaut » Mon Nov 16, 2009 12:58 am

Since all the Impulse samples are sent to the same output and you can't extract the channels*, you will have to make a rack with the same Impulse in 8 rack channels.

Then for each of the rack channels select the key to trigger that track in the rack Key selector.

Then you will have a big rack that plays the Impulse on 8 racks.

Finally add the audio effects you like on each of the eight tracks.

Here is an example for Live 8:

http://www.arachnaut.net/audio/Live/Imp ... ffects.adg


* unless you route them as the next poster suggests
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Re: How to make each sample from impulse have its own audio eff?

Post by yur2die4 » Mon Nov 16, 2009 1:07 am

Make a new Audio Track. Access your Input/Output routing on that Audio Track and select the track that has Impulse. The next dropdown box should allow for you to select a specific clip from Impulse. Make sure the audio track has In turned on.

That audio track is now committed to that specific sound. (and that sound no longer plays in the Impulse track itself)

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