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Hi everyone, I'd like to share my trombone user wave file with you. I needed the trombone sound, but the GM does not sound very good, so I had to make this custom .ZWT file. I've used sounds from Kontact's banks - Trombone v3 and Trumpet 1.1. The trombone samples are tied to a low 3 octaves and the trumpet samples are tied to a high 2 octaves (limitation of real instrument's range made me use trumpet for high notes). But there were difficulties with looping the samples: when it was repeated I've heard clicks. I've found the necessary points for looping without clicks in the audio editor, but I could not specify them in the Data Editor or in the synthesizer menu - click still appeares. Therefore, I took the maximum possible duration for each of the 5 audio files (the limitation of the duration is probably related to the limited memory size) and used them without looping. That was enough for me in that case. If someone have a better version of trombone/trumpet user wave please share with me. Also I would appreciate if someone could fix looping issue in this file or point me how it could be done without clips and cracks. WBR, Dmitriy Tromb+Trump.ZWT
206 downloadsMUST ADD THE MONO PHRASE ON SLOT 103 for this to work! ALSO, MONOPHON ARPEGGIATOR ON SLOT 100 may be needed. Similar to the Growl Sax I uploaded before, this uses the Arp and Phrase Sequencer to make the keyboard monophonic. As before, I use the ring modulator to make the Growl. Knob 1: DSP on/off (you'll want to turn it off when you first activate the sound) Modulation: Vibrato/Tremolo combination Slider 1: Breath pressure (Cutoff/Volume on Trumpet) What is still missing is that crazy Glissando you hear sometimes. Physically modeled trumpets use a Glissando on the bend up. I tried to create a phrase to do that, but no luck. I KNOW it's doable...I'm just not good at creating phrases. Maybe someone else on this board can do that? Again, the "monophonic" effect is unusual, in that it will play the first note you hit only until you let all notes go. So, you have to play in a staccato style to really play this sound.