[LAU] A good Sampler

Jordan Wade jordan.wade at gmail.com
Sun Sep 11 12:26:07 UTC 2011

I actually had some difficulty getting gigedit (used to create instruents)
to work on my machine, so I'm hesitant to spend considerable time on it
unless I can confirm that it has this functionality.  Any LinuxSampler users
care to comment?

2011/9/11 Goran Mekić <meka at lugons.org>

> On 09/11/11 14:14, Jordan Wade wrote:
>> Hello, I'm just getting started with creating electronic music in Linux
>> and I'm looking for a good sampler.  Specifically, I'm looking for a
>> sampler that will allow me to assign a sample to multiple keys AND
>> perform pitch-scaling without changing the duration of the sample.  I've
>> tried Specimen and Renoise (both great pieces of software) but neither
>> seems to automatically stretch/compress the duration of the sample to
>> compensate for the pitch shift.  I look forward to hearing your
>> suggestions.
>> Thanks!
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>        I've never used it for those purposes, but give LinuxSampler a try,
> it might do what you're after.
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