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TOPIC: How to make a delay when playing a sample

How to make a delay when playing a sample 2 months 1 week ago #7

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I'm sorry, but some part of your request (due to some clauses in the soundfont and MIDI specification) is not possible to fulfill.

While holding the Sustain-pedal, the pad-sound will definitely be active, depending on how long you hold the Sustain-pedal down (not how long you hold the key). This is internally controlled by the piano-keyboard you are using. The position and function of the Sustain-pedal cannot be interfered with from the outside.

Reason: CC064 (Sustain Pedal on-off) is a MIDI-Function. From the moment the pedal is pressed, it accumulates and holds all the note-on command and ignores all note-off commands. When the Sustain-pedal is released, it replaces all the accumulated note-on commands with note-off. Therefore, it cannot be canceled from within the soundfont. And it cannot be used as a Modulator-source either.
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How to make a delay when playing a sample 2 months 1 week ago #8

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Thank you, you guys replied exactly what I was looking for.

@bottrop thank you for pointing out that I need to change the delay in the instrument, and indeed it worked!

@ziyametedemircan thank you for telling me what I want to do is not possible! I would probably waste a few more days trying that and you saved me a lot of time and effort! I appreciate your explanation, very informative!
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