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Each sample, if pitched, should be associated with a particular center pitch. If the note G 2 is received the sampler will play back the Violin G 2 sample at its original pitch.

If the note received is G2 the sampler will shift the sample down a semitone while the note A2 will play it back a semitone tone higher.

If the next note Bb2 is input the sampler will select the Violin B2 sample, playing it a semitone lower than its center pitch of B2. In general, samplers can play back any kind of recorded audio. Most samplers offer editing tools that allow the user to modify and process the audio and apply a wide range of effects.

This makes the sampler a powerful and versatile musical tool. A sampler is organized into a hierarchy of progressively more complicated data structures. At the bottom lie samplesindividual recordings of any sound, recorded at a particular sample rate and resolution.

While a common sound to sample is a musical instrument being played e. A reference center pitch indicates the actual frequency of the recorded note. Samples may also be "looped" by defining points at which a repeated section of the sample starts and ends, allowing a relatively short sample to play endlessly.

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Filters can be applied to change the sound-color while low frequency oscillators and envelope generators can shape the amplitude, pitch, filter or other parameters of the sound. Various - The Sampler may have multiple layers of keymaps to play more than one sample at the same time and each keymap may have a different set of parameters so that the incoming note-events affect each layer differently.

Various - The Sampler example, two layers may have a different sensitivity to the velocity of the incoming note, altering the resulting timbre according to how hard the note is played. At this level, there are two basic approaches to sampler organization. In a bank approach, each instrument is assigned to a different MIDI channel and multiple banks can be stored to reconfigure the sampler.

A different and more powerful approach is to associate each instrument with a patch number or ID so that each MIDI channel can be configured separately by sending controller information on the individual channel. Many samplers work as described above: the keymapping system "spread out" a sample over a certain range of keys.

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Some phrase samplers are more optimised for triggering single "one-shot" sounds such as drum hits. Each keymap spans only a single key, requiring a large number of zones 61 on a five-octave keyboardeach with its own settings. The sampling engine does not re-pitch samples, it only plays them back. The user interface is simplified. Phrase samplers often have a groovebox format, which makes them lightweight, easy to operate and light to carry.

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First released init proved to be highly influential among both music producers and electronic musicians, due to its versatility, its cutting-edge technology and distinctive sound. Although this made it inaccessible for most musicians, it found widespread use among producers and professional recording studios, and it competed in this market with other high-end production systems, such as the Fairlight CMI.

Though scarce, the Synclavier remains in use in many studios to this day. The company was originally established as a manufacturer and retailer of video special effects equipment. The M8 was handwired and legend has it that it took two hours to boot up. The CMI was the first commercially available polyphonic digital sampling instrument. Software allowed for editing, looping, and mixing of sounds which could then be played back via the keyboard or the software-based Loch Lomond - Bing Crosby - Live At The London Palladium. Horn, considered the "Man who invented the eighties", first used his well-known sampling techniques on the album Adventures in Modern Recordingthe second studio album released under the name of his project The Buggles.

Saying that he was "quite fascinated by Fairlight brass and all of those kind of things that Geoffrey and I My Baby Just Cares For Me - Nina Simone - What Happened, MIss Simone? started messing around with before he went off to join Asia", the sampling techniques on Adventures would later be used for records Horn produced like Slave to the Rhythm by Grace JonesArt of Noise 's Beard - Blur - Blur 21 (The Box) (Box Set, Album, Album, Album) Seduction of Claude Debussy and Frankie Goes To Hollywood 's Welcome to the Pleasuredome.

The name 'Emulator' came as the result of leafing through a thesaurus and matched the name of the company perfectly. The Emulator came in 2- 4- and 8-note polyphonic versions, the 2-note Various - The Sampler dropped due to limited interest, and featured a maximum sampling rate of They were known as band samplers and valued highly, often being mentioned in wills and passed down through the generations.

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The samplers also incorporated small designs of flowers and animals, and geometric designs stitched using as many as 20 different colors of thread.

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Samplers were mainly school exercises during the 18th and 19th centuries, and were almost entirely worked in cross stitch. Design styles were increasingly influenced by Berlin woolwork which became popular worldwide, due to the availability of patterns, initially emanating from Berlin, Germany.

This style of needlework reached its height of popularity between the s and s. The stitching of samplers was believed to be a sign of virtue, achievement and industry, and girls were taught the art from a young age. Berlin woolwork designs had naturalistic shading and more depth of perspective than the flat two-dimensional objects on traditional needlework.

By midth century adult Various - The Sampler were devising long and narrow stitch samplers having geometric patterns done in woolwork. The Art Needlework movement and elimination of samplers from female education brought about the decline in traditional sampler making that continued into the 20th century.

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Patterns range from simple using only one stitch, to complex, using 15 to 20 and more stitches. Designs range widely in style, from accurate reproductions of historic pieces to much more contemporary and modern styles including subversive stitching.

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