This is sound advice that goes for any other app/program as well.
Did not expect this big difference as was thinking that swing and the groove of not being in perfect timing would be more important.
But even though this is in perfect timing and just adjusting how the notes would hit the strings of a guitar makes a really big difference and if I did not know or not paying a lot of attention my ears would think that it is a real guitar being strummed... and yes without even starting to mess around without the velocities either...
P.s there is many more tutorials and other stuff with downloadable files as well at this YouTube site.
Lord Gogo have made some deeper incursions into SunVox and it is a good idea to check out his
Youtube channel for more material to inspire and incorporate into your own work.
In this video he is using the image loading function in the SunVox sampler to do interesting things.
Note that the fies are avaiable for download which is muy nice, as just following the video can be hard for a beginner (and people like me that have a hard time in general with anything more than two layers deep...)
His own explanation:
SunVox sampler module can load pictures. It recognize grey values of this images. I had the idea to create alternating bands of different grey values and loaded this pictures in the sampler. You can create custom LFO shapes and step sequencers. Then I use a Sound to Control module to transform the audio output of the sampler into datas I route to any parameter I want. In this case I show how to control the pitch and the filter, and restrict the notes in a scale module. I use the sequencer effect 7 (time stretch) to sync the LFO to the project tempo.
Thanks to Mattew R. Scott for giving me the tip of using the sampler module as an LFO.
Get the files, projects and images : https://www.dropbox.com/s/lw95xct4d2w...
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