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Sampling from old records

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Want to sample certain sounds from old records, what do you guys use?

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for recording the sounds? or manipulating them?

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Want to sample certain sounds from old records, what do you guys use?

propellerheads recycle

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yeah, recycles good from what i remember, havent got it so im loose ballin, choppin wiv logic innaccurately, den slappin da wav in2 reason NN19 sampler 2 try revive it, any1 got links 4 recycle?

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u can be pretty precise with Logic, double click the audio to open it in the audio editor, click the 'detect transients' button, it'll put a load of markers down, u can check them to see if they're accurate enough and tidy them up, then right click the audio file in the sequencer window and select 'convert to new sampler patch' and select the option to split at transient markers, it'll give u a new EXS24 plus a MIDI file which functions precisely the same as a .rex file.

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Want to sample certain sounds from old records, what do you guys use?

I just use a cheap usb turntable to record then use re cycle to chop it up.

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u can be pretty precise with Logic, double click the audio to open it in the audio editor, click the 'detect transients' button, it'll put a load of markers down, u can check them to see if they're accurate enough and tidy them up, then right click the audio file in the sequencer window and select 'convert to new sampler patch' and select the option to split at transient markers, it'll give u a new EXS24 plus a MIDI file which functions precisely the same as a .rex file.

mate

ur a g for that

nobody can cross it

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lol, no worries

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u can be pretty precise with Logic, double click the audio to open it in the audio editor, click the 'detect transients' button, it'll put a load of markers down, u can check them to see if they're accurate enough and tidy them up, then right click the audio file in the sequencer window and select 'convert to new sampler patch' and select the option to split at transient markers, it'll give u a new EXS24 plus a MIDI file which functions precisely the same as a .rex file.

Didn't even know the detect transient trick! Cheers!

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