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Old 10-01-2018, 11:50 AM   #34
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ok i think that iannix is sending when working with pianoteq...
How does iannix know that it works with Pianoteq ?

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... a maximum of 2 tones in range, so when the curve is at the top its at one note, and at the bottom of the curve 2 tones lower...
OK. If you define the "stretch factor" and the "base note" a JSFX could rather easily be done that in relatime converts "stretched microtponal" to "MPE microtonal" material. But of course this would be limited to play at most 128 different frequencies, which is much too small to allow for what I understand you mean by a "curve".

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when importing scala file in pianoteq
I have no knowlege about "scala files". If this is something that in Pianoteq defines the exact tuning of every note, this in fact would be able to define a microtonal Range, but again limited to at most 128 different frequencies, which is much too small to allow for what I understand you mean by a "curve".

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ill make a video and show it to you...
It does not make much sense to make a video of something that I already know will not work.

-Michael

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