Friday, 3 February 2012

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Happy well-dressed sampling!


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  2. Hi! I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this (I was looking for a mail address, but couldn't find any) - do you think it's possible that in future updates you will add an option on how the re-sampling will be done? From the way it sounds, I'm guessing you're using linear interpolation. Could you maybe add another way, and let the user decide (e.g. 64-point sinc)?
    Just an idea...


  3. I might put it in, yes. The bad part about stuff like that is that it will add some cost even for when you are playing in simple interpolation mode (code path things), but I doubt its a big issue.

    Personally, I like a more gritty sound (again, 80's man!). And if you downsample something you should "pay the price" so to say. Given that the sample rate, sound frequency and played frequency are close enough, interprolation beyond linear or a simple quad should be much like special goldplated optical digital hifi cables. :-)

    But for playing stuff outside comfort zones I can probably agree that it might be useful.