TheAudioDabbler | Samplr Sampling Itself with a Didgerdoo

To long for a quick tip and not really a dabble. Just a little Samplr trick I have been having fun with as of late.

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  • wicked! thanks for sharing that tip!

  • Just last night I was messing with Samplr and wishing I could record pitch changes to create a melody. Well duh, this is how it's done! Thanks for the tip--well done.

  • Sweet, thanks for the tip!

  • Consistently getting something from your videos bro. Thanks! Subscribed :)

  • edited March 2017 Vote Up0

    "I'd just like to provide a big shoutout to my subscriber fprintf for suggesting the didgeridoo and providing two samples in his dropbox."

    :-D

    I'd just let you know that the samples were ones I found on the Internet somewhere years ago. I am no way skillful enough yet to get those nice drones. I have zero idea if they were public domain or not, to be honest.

  • Thanks everyone for the comments, views and for subscribing. Samplr is amazing and I am still discovering things you can do with it. I really hope it gets 64-bit support.

    @fprintf thanks for letting me know about the sample. If some gets their panties in a wad about it I will just have to go to homedepot, buy a big pipe and make my own Didgerdoo.

  • @gmslayton said:

    @fprintf thanks for letting me know about the sample. If some gets their panties in a wad about it I will just have to go to homedepot, buy a big pipe and make my own Didgerdoo.

    Anytime. I have been doing just that. I got some 1 1/4" PVC pipe from Home Depot and some beeswax from Amazon but it is way more difficult than everyone makes it seem. It sure seems like purse your lips and make a raspberry sound but that actually sounds terrible.

    I like your way of making the music using a sample and Samplr much better. Learning a lot!

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