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Idea is in {{w188}} you use the button Echo to audio file.
Idea is in {{w188}} you use the button Echo to audio file.
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Then play some notes in Tune Smithy with the {{w}} selected in all the parts you want to record in {{w9}}.
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Then play some notes in Tune Smithy with the {{w196}} selected in all the parts you want to record in {{w9}}.
This will make a .WAV file which amounts to a digitally exact recording of everything played in the wave shape player,exactly as sent to the soundcard so before the digital to analogue conversions.
This will make a .WAV file which amounts to a digitally exact recording of everything played in the wave shape player,exactly as sent to the soundcard so before the digital to analogue conversions.

Latest revision as of 13:26, 31 January 2011

Idea is in Wave Shape Player Audio Format (Ctrl + 188) you use the button Echo to audio file.

Then play some notes in Tune Smithy with the Wave Shape Player Instruments (Ctrl + 196) selected in all the parts you want to record in Parts (Ctrl + 9).

This will make a .WAV file which amounts to a digitally exact recording of everything played in the wave shape player,exactly as sent to the soundcard so before the digital to analogue conversions.

Even if the polyphony is too much for your computer, the intended audio will get recorded to the file without gaps with this setting.

So when you play back the audio, it is exactly at the pitch and times desired. Similar in effect to an Export to Audio option.

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