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JammPro official help thread

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  • @Dave88 said:
    So wave1 is the original file and jammpro is the same file imported into JammPro, you can hear the imported file has a distinct clipping sound, I’m using an iPad Pro.

    I think it is the nature of the time-stretch algorithm JammPro uses. It is probably optimized for rhythmic material.

    I don’t hear any clipping, btw, what I hear is that repeating transients are created. It seems like the time-stretching might be granular.

  • @espiegel123 said:

    @Dave88 said:
    So wave1 is the original file and jammpro is the same file imported into JammPro, you can hear the imported file has a distinct clipping sound, I’m using an iPad Pro.

    I think it is the nature of the time-stretch algorithm JammPro uses. It is probably optimized for rhythmic material.

    I don’t hear any clipping, btw, what I hear is that repeating transients are created. It seems like the time-stretching might be granular.

    I found the solution. Jamm Pro uses a ‘beats’ algorithm by default. On the clips page, select the clip. Press and hold the button that says Beats. On the Row above you will see a button that says FFT. Flick on that button and FFT will become the mode used.

    Be aware that the clip is not going to loop smoothly. It starts with a non-zero sample. There will be a thud when it loops.

  • So the update is out, unfortunately the multiple import isn't working for me, just gets stuck....anyone else get this working?

  • @Toastedghost said:
    Is it possible to midi map the xy pad into mididesiger?

    Sorry, no. XY is not Assignable currently.It's on the Development list And your comment Is noted !

  • @Carnbot said:
    multiple clip import will make this much more tempting to use, so I'm glad that's coming. I only want to use my own samples but opening one by one kills it for me. :)

    1.1 is out now with multiple file import,Let us know if this works !

  • @Dave88 said:
    So wave1 is the original file and jammpro is the same file imported into JammPro, you can hear the imported file has a distinct clipping sound, I’m using an iPad Pro.

    Hey Dave. Looked at files, One point is your original file is 32 bit. 24 and 32 files are not officially supported. the Main issue I think is the Jamm Version of the wav file Is being time stretched in Jamm. Which will always introduce artefacts when the BPM is not the natural BPM the sample was recorded at. Try turning The BPM to the original BPM the sample was recorded at. Also try changing its time stretch mode to fft (Global Time Stretch mode must be 'Per clip' in settings to achieve this.

    I have updated the manual to explain this, hope the above helps.
    It is on the development list to improve the time stretch algorithms.

  • Minor Keys: In the manual I read that minor key is possible to set for each project, but I can't figure out how in the app. It only gives me majors. What am I missing?

    We found that distinction between major and minor keys was not useful at this stage so we have taken that out.

    I've also noticed sometimes a loop would get stuck on some point, in a beat repeat/record needle repeat fashion while the other clips play on. Haven't found the reason but it happened a few times. Sometimes tapping the clip again resets it but not always.

    its an occasional bug! I also find that tapping The clip usually releases it.

  • Damn, new update is back to crackles for me, I upgraded from an a10 to an a12 and that was working cherry.
    Until this update....

    Mad crackles when trying to use any CCut fx on iPad mini 5 @JammPro

  • @Gaia.Tree said:
    Damn, new update is back to crackles for me, I upgraded from an a10 to an a12 and that was working cherry.
    Until this update....

    Mad crackles when trying to use any CCut fx on iPad mini 5 @JammPro

    Yeah, same here. Crackles everytime I change a sound

  • Yeah, iPad Pro 9.7 old school was pretty good until this update, now very crackly...

  • Damn I should have waited glad I don’t have a gig anytime soon lol

  • @RUST( i )K updated thoughts/use still?

  • Anybody fix these damn crackles yet @JammPro id prefer if y’all would keep a working app rather than adding features if it’s gonna end up like this

  • @Gaia.Tree said:
    Anybody fix these damn crackles yet @JammPro id prefer if y’all would keep a working app rather than adding features if it’s gonna end up like this

    On an iPad gen 6 and iOS 13.7, I don't have trouble with crackles.

    Do you have them on all projects?

    Have you tried different buffer sizes?

    Have you rebooted your device?

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