clicks from samples

logikz

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the click returns? if you sample it back into your external audio editor, is it in the same place? because then id start looking at your buffer size buddy
 
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it is the same place`!!!

i have figured it out but i just resampled resampled resampled!
tell you what I’ve done some flapping about recently i blame the remix comp ha
 

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well, both cooledit, audition and waves plugs have declicker functions otherwise. but resample should by all rights do the trick, as you noticed. and there are only so many hours in a day buddy, for example, i want to go skate, but im so tired i could die, so im going to go sleep some place here at work, to save time, you see. got to be smart about your time.
 

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not a problem i have heard of, but depending on how many samples you are using you could bounce them to audio, then resample through logic adjusting the fade in and fade out time of the sample, then bounce and reload this sample into the sampler. its probably some glitch though
 
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i ran in to this problem a lot while remixing for the competition

in one case the click disappeared when i removed the reverb even with fades on the samples. kinda weird never had that happen to me before
 

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Pretty sure this is just a fade issue or like you said ADSR settings..

actually it could be buffer size too if you're using a shit load of audio samples

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FML i just reread, BIP before converting to Sampler?
 
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What daw are you using? When rendering audio out of ableton you have this loop button (i guess most other daws also have this function).
In case you use it: Try to turn it off.
 
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