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OK. Here goes ;)
1. load a voice.
2. goto page 7. Press alt/ctrl+x to copy. select next voice. Press alt/ctrl+v to paste this voice as a reference - do this 4 times so voices 1,2,3,4 are the same
3. goto page 3 voice. you should see the four voices. click to select the first voice. At the bottom SET NPHONY to 4 - voila you should have 4 voice polypony
.vc is just the current voice, .in is all the voices, .rs is just the sequence data and voice references. if the voices are in the same location as the .rs file is will load them, if they are in different locations then you will get a list of missing voices.
What you are looking for is .sy. This is the current system including voices, rs data, system setting - the entire lot :)
Hmmn. I've looked into this for you and I've found some latency with midi. another thing is to make sure the sample you are using has no lead space. even use PAGE E to cut the biginning out - let me know your thoughts :)
I've checked out the files and heres the correct answer:
files come in 2 type 16k sample & 21k sample+harmonic data
the loop points are found in the corresponding .CO file - which you will need to load manually.
To do this. locate the .co file with the same filename. click the voice to load this info into (usually the same as the voice file) then click LOAD. that will load the loop points and any other data into page 7 ;)
1. no - just the same single output
2. yes - it uses the exact import routines
3. currently not at this time
4. it is a completely different sound core, built for speed, synthesis and enhanced effects
yes and no. the .vc format come in 2 varieties. 16k which is just the sample and 21k which is the sample plus the .co data with the loop pointsQB should read those. I'll check and get back to you :)
The other version is compiled on a different machine with backwards compatibility. This is the dev version and not compiled yet for backwards compatibility - this will be done next :) But good call \o/
Midi with QB is a bit primitive. it only receives midi. There are 3 modes:
1. accepts midi from any channel. into the current voice (or voices if polyphony if being used)
2. accept sys ex
3. accepts 16 mono channels and routes them to each of the first 16 voices