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|0000048||OpenMPT||[All Projects] Feature Request||public||2010-12-02 20:53||2017-05-06 15:33|
|Reporter||harbinger||Assigned To||Saga Musix|
|Target Version||OpenMPT 1.27.01.00 / libopenmpt 0.3.1 (upgrade first)||Fixed in Version||OpenMPT 1.27.01.00 / libopenmpt 0.3.1 (upgrade first)|
|Summary||0000048: New Amplify Function|
Often i'd like to ramp amplification from x% to y% of the given values. This would be a helpful change to the present function, which allows Fades, but only to or from 0%. (I will look later to see if i can derive the necessary code, unless someone else gets to this first....Nope after looking, it looks a little too complicated for me to tinker with. It's not a simple dialog implementation -- probably because it works for two different functions.)
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I would set this priority to low, for such exact fading I would rather recommend using a wave editor.
At some point I wish this feature. I would use a feature like this several times. Is not for a exact fading, I guess that is something like a (f.e.) "slight" fade-in/out instead of modyfing a sample.
I understad like this: http://paste2.org/p/1558747
In 1st & 2nd channel are applied a standard fade in/out, but I guess he means for a starting volume fading like the 4th channel and so for the fade out, start fade in from v48 (f.e.) and stop on fadeout on v16.
I consider this feature useful rather than assign a lower priority.
I would also like to add a secondary request -- linear or logarithmic fading, which would apply a calculation to how the fade approaches it's target value.
BTW, this is mostly for fading interpolated values in the PE, but can be applied to sample data values too.
Mmm... I guess that is in some way similar to http://bugs.openmpt.org/view.php?id=32 get those features also available at both vol & efx column.
Instead of starting a new thread, i'll think i'll just attach a further request to this one in case it gets worked on later.
I went back to work on an old piano suite, and found that the VSTi was being played too loudly, affecting the dynamics of each note. I had volume commands on every note, so i wanted to lessen these values. I found to my chagrin that there's not an Amplify function for all channels in all patterns. Even the Find/Replace dialog does not offer a percentage or value modifier in its functions. Of course i didn't want to reduce the volume per se, so using the volume sliders in the General tab wouldn't have been useful.
We could definitely use a modification to either the Amplify dialog or the Find/Replace dialog. If scripting is far away, perhaps we could incorporate such a feature...
Implemented in r8137 / OpenMPT 1.27.00.46.
|2010-12-02 20:53||harbinger||New Issue|
|2010-12-02 20:53||harbinger||File Added: NewAmpify.PNG|
|2010-12-02 20:55||harbinger||Summary||New Amplify Function => New Amplify Function (delete 47)|
|2010-12-02 21:27||Saga Musix||Priority||low => normal|
|2010-12-02 21:27||Saga Musix||OS||XP =>|
|2010-12-02 21:27||Saga Musix||Platform||Windows =>|
|2010-12-02 21:27||Saga Musix||Summary||New Amplify Function (delete 47) => New Amplify Function|
|2011-08-02 01:27||rakib||Note Added: 0000293|
|2011-08-02 17:05||jmkz||Note Added: 0000304|
|2011-08-03 13:49||harbinger||Note Added: 0000307|
|2011-08-03 21:37||jmkz||Note Added: 0000309|
|2013-01-03 20:06||harbinger||Note Added: 0001026|
|2015-10-21 18:59||Saga Musix||Assigned To||=> Saga Musix|
|2015-10-21 18:59||Saga Musix||Status||new => assigned|
|2017-05-06 15:33||Saga Musix||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2017-05-06 15:33||Saga Musix||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2017-05-06 15:33||Saga Musix||Fixed in Version||=> OpenMPT 1.27.01.00 / libopenmpt 0.3.1 (upgrade first)|
|2017-05-06 15:33||Saga Musix||Target Version||=> OpenMPT 1.27.01.00 / libopenmpt 0.3.1 (upgrade first)|
|2017-05-06 15:33||Saga Musix||Note Added: 0003017|