exs24 question

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I have a sample loaded up in the exs24 but when I hit higher notes the sample speeds up. Does anyone know of a way to prevent this so that when the sample length doesn't change?

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that's inherent in all samplers by their nature. if you play it lower than C3 or the samples native level, it will slow down to make it go that low, same with going higher, it will speed up.

not sure if you can get around that in any other way other than getting a new sample.
 

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I too have found this to be true with any sample when you transpose to a higher note
Increasing the pitch of the sample will speed it up
 

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there are time functions in some DAWS which allow you to stretch a sample without changing the pitch, you could then load each sample individually to each note you want to play...long way about it but only way that i know of.
 

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is definitely possible, just gonna double check how its done

---------- Post added at 18:46 ---------- Previous post was at 18:43 ----------

haha, i can't remember and i learned how by watching a youtube vid, but i can't find that either!!
 
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