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Is there a way to make a folder full of samples all the same length and sample rate using interpolation ?

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385 views the Kyma7 wave editor does?
asked Feb 16, 2015 in Using Kyma by cristian-vogel (Master) (8,370 points)

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I came up with this solution. It resizes the duration using a FunctionGenerator. Not sure if this is doing fancy interpolation like in the KymaSeven wave editor, but it works.

Make a folder of samples all the same duration.kym

Choose a sample file from the folder of samples you would like to batch, and the output will be automatically renamed with a "_batch" attached. The output files are written into Kyma 7 Folder/DiskTracks the default directory  DiskRecorder normally saves to.

In the image, you can see the upper necklace is the folder as it was and the lower one the new result.

I am not sure if it is giving me exactly the right results, will look into it... cool




answered Feb 16, 2015 by cristian-vogel (Master) (8,370 points)
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Using FunctionGenerator is a great idea.  Wasn't sure whether you wanted to end up with each wavetable in its own file or whether you wanted them one after another in a single file, but here is an idea for recording each into its own file.  In case it is a useful starting point to get to what you really want.

answered Feb 17, 2015 by ssc (Savant) (120,590 points)