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Synchron Player - Stretch On Keyswitch?
Last post Tue, Jan 18 2022 by Paul, 5 replies.
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Posted on Mon, Jan 17 2022 02:05
by kenneth.newby
Joined on Wed, Mar 19 2014, Posts 126

As the title indicates, I can't find the option in the controller list to turn stretching on and off. I'm wondering why this has been left out? Or am I missing something? (more likely... :-)

Thanks,

Kenneth.

Posted on Mon, Jan 17 2022 11:02
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 13354

Hi Kenneth, 

As real-time time-stretching is quite a CPU-demanding task, we decided to "only" make the stretch factor an assignable control. 

Best, 
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Mon, Jan 17 2022 20:26
by rgames
Joined on Wed, Oct 13 2004, Posts 194

+1 to make it an option to turn off/on via MIDI. I discovered this same limitation today.

It's even more demanding when you have it enabled for a bunch of instruments that don't need it...!

So having the option to turn it on via MIDI seems like a logical approach.  Why wouldn't you do it that way?  As it is right now I tab over, find the instrument that needs it turned on and turn it on with the mouse.

So... what's the difference in doing it with MIDI?

Richard G. Ames
Composer - Arranger - Producer
www.rgamesmusic.com
Posted on Mon, Jan 17 2022 22:16
by kenneth.newby
Joined on Wed, Mar 19 2014, Posts 126

It would be much better to be able to optimize CPU usage by being able to selectively turn stretching on and off when it's needed or not. This is of critical importance to the way I make use of the libraries in that much of the music is procedurally rendered in real-time. 

Please consider this a feature request for a future update.

Thanks, Kenneth.

Posted on Tue, Jan 18 2022 13:08
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 13354

Hi Guys, 

None of the slot-specific controls is automatable. It also doesn't make sense, as so many slots in a dimension tree are parent-slots and therefore empty.

So this would also imply a different controller for every slot, if you don't want to accidentally ruin the performance of your machine. 

Best, 
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
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