Making a sampler seems like a good idea, but there’s many methods to achieve it. Therefore her’s a few different schematics that show you how maybe you can load files, either from a folder or by selecting files individually.
It’s very efficient and it is fully tested with automation. The only thing I have not tested is the default 0-1 reference in the preset module I’m not sure if it requires a 1-value to work.
Check that out, but it’s the most simple yet, and furthermore by y using it a user can also use the slider while automating without it breaking! Make sure however, maybe to use 1 subtracted by the value so that it defaults correctly.
Furthermore, Trogluddite added some code to make this move more effectively, so I added his modification instead of the original because it’s so much better.
So, this example was posted by Spogg under the name “Quilcom mono to stereo H Lauridsen plus” and I replaced any instances of stereo or mono4 delays with one tap mono interpolated delays by Martin Vicanek so as to be more efficient.
Furthermore, I switched the de-zippers over to a less sophisticated method that has a nice effect on speed as a whole and ensures noise free operation for the most part.
The big news is that this schematic allows you to make mono into stereo and it also allows you to control the phase cancellation. The H Lauridsen technique is a great one, but it will lean to one side or the other. Not like a professional studio. So, I made this to ensure that you can now mix with the effect like a professional studio in every degree.
A big thanks to Spogg (flowstoners.com) Martin Vicanek (vicanek.de), Troggludite, Acrobat. Digitonix and Exonerate for contributions used.
My latest product, the king OZ records EQ uses this feature. I invite you to use it as well, but please attribute VSTplug or Robert Langford / LE Attol, and additionally consider mentioning Martin Vicanek, Trogluddite, Acrobat and Exonerate should you use these technologies.