fantastic! i'm so happy you decided to implement this, when its working you should definatly post to http://www.mpc-forums.com/RockHopper wrote:Hi motosega, I've added an export option for Akai MPC1000/2500 .pgm files and was hoping you'd be brave enough to test the latest code on GitHub!
i've tried the pgm export (i have the mpc 500), it Almost works!!! i can load up the program file on my mpc but the samples don't load, when i go to pgm mode and look at what samples are loaded in the mpc it shows: ?samplename (the ? means not found)
this looks to me like the sample names are somehow wrong in the pgm file. if i load the samples manualy they work fine.
do you have some known working .pgm files? i could send you some if you need.
maybe it would be best to save the pgm and samples in a new folder, compact flash cards can get pretty messy with everthing in the root.
sample names should start from 01 ,when you have more than 10 it gets confusing.
annother thing i'd reccomend is that the pgm sets the sample volume to 100,
sorry! i totaly didn't notice the audition button, it does exactly what i was asking for.RockHopper wrote:Just to be clear, are you saying it would be more convenient if you could click on an audio slice, hear the sound, then move the slice straight away without releasing the mouse button, rather than having to click the "Audition" button then click the "Move" button?motosega wrote: it'd be great if it would audition the selected slice automaticaly.
ok thats what i wanted.RockHopper wrote:At the moment you can undo all operations including slicing the waveform. You can also slice the waveform, move the slices around, and then join them all back together with the keyboard shortcuts "Ctrl+A" followed by "J".motosega wrote: maybe it would be handy to be able to unslice, (go back to the unsliced sample)
shuriken is now working on my netbook, thanks!
keep up the good work!