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Re: Basic editing and mixing Help wanted!

Postby jonetsu » Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:25 pm

sadko4u wrote:Triggersensor performs level-detection mechanism to find out note-on and note-off event. If you want to split drum mix into triggered events using Triggersensor, then you should probably first split the mix into instrument bands: the basic tone of kick, the basic tone of snare, the basic tone of hi-hat, etc, and then apply to each band an individual trigger.


It makes sense to detect one trigger per instance. Would you have a detailed technical use case in Ardour ?

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Re: Basic editing and mixing Help wanted!

Postby sadko4u » Thu Jan 26, 2017 9:15 pm

jonetsu wrote:It makes sense to detect one trigger per instance. Would you have a detailed technical use case in Ardour ?

Currently I see the following solution:
1. Create N busses, where N=number of instruments you want to trigger.
2. Connect inputs of these busses to your drum track.
3. Put on each bus LSP Parametric equalizers.
4. For each equalizer turn on 1 low-pass filter and 1 high-pass filter. Make them aggressive as possible (high slope, LRX mode).
5. Tune each equalizer to pass specific frequency band. For example, for Kick it should be band between 40 and 100 Hz. For snare - between 150 and 300 Hz, etc.
6. Put after each equalizer triggersensor and tune it.
7. Connect MIDI outputs of each triggersensor to the MIDI track.
8. Run all this stuff while recording MIDI notes to the MIDI track.
Maybe this will help but I've never tried to do so.
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Re: Basic editing and mixing Help wanted!

Postby jonetsu » Thu Jan 26, 2017 10:57 pm

sadko4u wrote:Currently I see the following solution:


Spassiba ! This is a good starting point.


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