[linux-audio-user] Mellotron flute looped (thanks to Paolo Ingraito)

Emiliano Grilli emillo at libero.it
Thu Mar 17 15:03:25 EST 2005

Forwarding Paolo's email (I didn't see it in the archives...)

----- Forwarded message from Paolo Ingraito <Paolo_Ingraito at onde.net> -----

Hi to all, I' m Paolo, that italian user who made the looped version of
the reed of the mellotron sound (www.viandanze.com/materiale/mello.sf2)

I found the mello sf2 by John Check and I extracted the single sounds in
order to make a looped version of the samples...

The only one completely finished of the three sounds is the Flute.
Here you can download the patch...


It was very useful for me having the samples already sliced and saved
with the right note name (b3flute, c4reed and so...).

Let me know what do you think... I used a mix of crossfading loop and
traditional looping linking the end and the start of the sample with
zero-points (I made crossfade looping with SoundForge an audio-editor,
then I exported the wav to kontakt).

Only one thing, I used a program to convert the patches from the kontakt
format, so I can' t know how I can group the all mellotron patches in one
sf2 file (well I hope someone knows how to do this!).


Ps. Well, I' m a WinXP user, but I' m very interested in this kind of
free-music projects..!

----- End forwarded message -----

Emiliano Grilli
Linux user #209089 

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