Samplers as round robins?



  • @Christoph-Hart I think I understood half of this sentence šŸ˜„



  • If you had a bit of time to help me out so this, I'd be really grateful šŸ™‚



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    Interesting part:

    const var muters = [[Synth.getMidiProcessor("MidiMuter1"), Synth.getMidiProcessor("MidiMuter4")],
                        [Synth.getMidiProcessor("MidiMuter2"), Synth.getMidiProcessor("MidiMuter5")],
                        [Synth.getMidiProcessor("MidiMuter3"), Synth.getMidiProcessor("MidiMuter6")]]
                        
    reg rrIndex = 0;    
                    
    
    function onNoteOn()
    {
        local index = 0;
        
        for(pair in muters)
        {
            for(m in pair)
            {
                m.setAttribute(0, rrIndex != index);
            }
            
            // Move the incrementation here or it will be incremented 6 times instead of three
            index++;
        }
        
        rrIndex++;
        
        if(rrIndex == muters.length)
            rrIndex = 0;
    }
    

    This should be adaptable to your setup without too many hurdles...



  • Thanks! It adapted perfectly šŸ™‚



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  • Ok, just a quick follow up - the solution that @Christoph-Hart posted works great most of the time but Iā€™m getting occasional stuck notes. Any way to remedy that?



  • Do the stuck notes occur with MPE or with normal keyboards too? And does it happen with the sine example that I posted or is it just with samplers?



  • @Christoph-Hart said in Samplers as round robins?:

    Do the stuck notes occur with MPE or with normal keyboards too? And does it happen with the sine example that I posted or is it just with samplers?

    Only with the Samplers, and with normal keyboards too



  • And I have fix stuck notes enabled



  • Hmm, maybe you need to send me the project so I can debug it. Not sure why this happens, but there might be a few edge cases that cause these issues.


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