Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture

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2006/03/17 14:49:28 (permalink)

Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture

I know Rapture can read samples, but I am wondering what the user experience has been (if any yet) of those of you who have Rapture. Have you tried loading any of Dim Pro's programs into Rapture? Have you tried reading any of Dim Pro's SFZ files with Rapture? I am curious if it fits together well or if there is some minor stitching that has to be done.

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    Paradroid
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    RE: Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture 2006/03/17 15:01:06 (permalink)
    is some minor stitching that has to be done

    Put the sewing kit away, no stitching necessary. Just locate an .sfz, load into a spare Elements and you're off & racing.

    This is actually one really, really, really cool aspect of the Rapture & Dimension partnership.
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    b rock
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    RE: Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture 2006/03/17 15:03:51 (permalink)
    Have you tried loading any of Dim Pro's programs into Rapture? Have you tried reading any of Dim Pro's SFZ files with Rapture?
    Very limited testing, Bob. I just got it loaded a few hours ago. So far:

    Multisamples, samples and .sfz: Flawless.
    Programs and Elements native to DP: No.
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    kb420
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    RE: Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture 2006/03/17 15:46:59 (permalink)
    Programs and Elements native to DP: No.


    That's a little disappointing don't you think??????
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    RE: Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture 2006/03/17 15:52:17 (permalink)
    That's a little disappointing don't you think??????
    Too soon to tell. Maybe I'm screwing something up. I can't be trusted at this point.
    I'm under the influence of a fresh Rapture.

    Edit: OK, enough lies. The truth is that my Phatass can't lumber over to browse through it again. I'm stuck in a giant vat of Rapture fat.
    It's like Fear Factor, but with synthesizers.
    post edited by b rock - 2006/03/17 16:00:59
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    kb420
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    RE: Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture 2006/03/17 16:04:24 (permalink)
    Uhhhhhh, ok.
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    RE: Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture 2006/03/17 16:32:24 (permalink)
    Program and Element files couldn't really be shared. The synth architecture is different enough to have orphan parameters in both, ranges, mod matrix settings, etc.


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    RE: Dim Pro's Samples in Rapture 2006/03/17 21:36:32 (permalink)
    Here's an analogy - sharing text between MS Word and Excel. Two different programs but each handle text. The formatting, however, would be completely different. But you can copy and paste the critical information (the text). You just have to reformat a little.

    I think this is great that both programs share common formats for samples. In other words in one respect Rapture could be a different way of effecting samples from Dim Pro. But your sample pool could remain consistent in one place.
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