Music duration

Judy Perry katheryn.swynford at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 11:16:41 EST 2009


Rene,
FWIW, I think I've been asking for it since pre-Version 1.

:-(

Judy
http://revined.blogspot.com

On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 2:10 AM, René Micout <rmicout at online.fr> wrote:

> Bonjour Thierry,
> Thank you, I have red that but it is not my problem...
> They talk about QuickTime Player sounds... And I talk about QuickTime
> Synthesizer sounds...
> And my problem is about "duration" : sequences, overlap, etc.
> I think days after days... Rev can not give me a satisfactory answer (in
> french : j'en viens à douter quant à la capacité de Revolution à donner une
> réponse satisfaisante à mon problème)
> Revolution have not a musical orientation...
> It is damage (?) because (for Macintosh) there are functions (in particular
> through the QuickTime synthesizer) should not be too difficult (not for me
> !!!) to call it by some appropriate commands. This is apparently not a
> priority for the development team. Version 4 does not seem to be interested
> in it, version 5 may be ?
> René from Paris
>
> Le 11 févr. 09 à 10:43, Thierry a écrit :
>
>
>  Bonjour René,
>>
>> May be you could shime the thread about "playing multi-sounds",
>> end of january on this list....
>>
>> Judy, Scott and others gave some good advices ( and pitfalls )
>> about sounds and Rev...
>>
>> HTH,
>> Thierry
>>
>>  Hello !
>>> Actually my problem is making music with Rev (hi Beat !) on QuickTime
>>> Synthesizer via PlayCommand Agent X (Shakobox : hi ! Jacqueline).
>>> I have two solution to "do" duration (schematically):
>>> 1. First solution :
>>> A. Start sound
>>> B. Wait x millisec
>>> C. Stop sound
>>> 2. Second solution :
>>> A. Start sound
>>> B. Send "Stop sound" in x millisec
>>> With the first solution the sequences (and duration of and between
>>> sounds) of sounds work very well but if I have a second sequence the sound
>>> of this second sequence stop (and wait...) with the "wait" command of the
>>> first sequence.
>>> With the second solution the independance of sequences is right (no
>>> waiting...) but the sequence is not right because sounds overlap and do not
>>> really follow...
>>> Someone have a third solution to satisfy both requirements ?
>>>
>>
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