Help for Tune Smithy
From Tune Smithy
Frequency Spectrum Options
Set the maximum time for the recording to volatile temporary memory...
This window also shows how much memory is needed for a given length of recording. This depends on the audio format as well - e.g. stereo or mono, how many bits (e.g. 16 bit), and the sample rate all affect how long a recording can fit into a particular amount of memory.
Configure the Wave Shape Player Instrument...
You can either make a new instrument from scratch, or open an existing one from the Wave Player drop menu. To make a new instrument, you need to select a type of wave using the Wave Shape drop list, then vary the parameters using the controls in the rest of this window.
To see the shape of the waveform as you edit it, use the Show in Oscilloscope button.
To use your instrument, select it into the parts window using Select in Parts.
When you have finished editing, if you want to save the result as a new instrument (or replace an existing one) use the Save As button. You can then add your instrument to the Wave Player menu using Edit Wave Shape Player Menu (Ctrl + 189)
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