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aaroncavanaugh2
Posted 2004-10-25 4:50 AM (#13265)
Subject: Sample list question


Hi,

Thank you for making such a wonderful program. I have a question about how reViSiT imports wav files. There are two lines on the sample list window (I suppose one for left and one for right). When I import a mono file only one line is used. When I import a stereo file it prompts me to import either a left or right channel, yet it uses both lines. So, my question is, is it importing the stereo sound? Or is it duplicating one channel?

Thanks.

Aaron.


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chrisnash
Posted 2004-10-26 12:07 PM (#13266 - in reply to #13265)
Subject: Sample list question



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Hi there, Aaron,

Before v0.85.2, reViSiT used to only load a single channel of a stereo .WAV file (that chosen by the user with the LEFT / RIGHT dialog). From v0.85.2, reViSiT got INITIAL support for multi-channel wave files - meaning it can load, save and display them. However, it can't yet play them in stereo, quad, etc. - it just uses the first channel of the file (i.e. left, for stereo files). Eventually this will be extended to stereo playback within a single channel (and panning will move the stereo image left and right, etc.). So, I admit the channel prompt (left / right) dialog is a little useless and misleading... and will be gone in v0.86. I suppose, if stereo panning isn't too tricky, v0.86 could also have stereo sample playback - reViSiT's audio engine already uses 2 audio channels per tracker channel, so there shouldn't be any performance hit.

All the best,
Chris


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