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ah, the "smpl" chunk ... probably that stuff. i've never actually heard of
samplers using this ;) interesting ....
On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 6:53 AM, Paul Davis wrote:
> The most common formats for "loops defined inside an audio file" have
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ah, the "smpl" chunk ... probably that stuff. i've never actu=
ally heard of samplers using this ;) interesting ....On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 6:53 AM=
, Paul Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The most common formats for "loops defi=
ned inside an audio file" have historically been non-WAV (or extension=
s to wav), such as REX, and proprietary.
The WAV spec does include the concept of a playlist, consisting of cue =
points and lengths. By themselves, these don't really define "loop=
s" in a way that is generally going to be clear to the user.
libsndfile can definitely read these from the file, but i'm not sur=
e what an app would do with them. providing a sample with a loop point(s) d=
efined would be good.
On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 3:27 AM, Louigi Verona <louigi.verona@gmail.=
Wrote this some time ago to the list, never got a reply. Now looking thr=
ough the archives, I don't see this mail at all. I did attach a file, s=
o maybe it was filtered.This is why I am duplicating this.
Hey fellas!I notice that no Linux samplers seem to support wa=
v file loop points. All Windows DAWs that I have used s=
upport the format and there are a lot of samples out there with perfect loop points which is very useful.
I have no idea whether this is part of the spec or not but these loop=
points have been used for more than 15 years, that's for sure, since=
some of these sample collections have been around during tracking days. I
did find something on loops here: http://www.sonicspot.com/g=
But I think you, devs, know better than me anyway.I
think it would be great if LMMS, samplers like Petri-Foo would support=20
this, as this adds a lot of functionality. Many sample collections=20
provide perfect loops and it is tiresome to have to try to rem=
ake it by hand each time, while in some software it is simply impossible at=
What do you think?ps: I can provide you with a sample example w=
ith loop points
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