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  • Editing with truncate...

    Now that I've had some time with this marvelous beast (and in addition to live input looping/stuttering) I know my first request: The ability to edit samples once recorded, particularly to truncate off beginnings of samples and then save them in that edited state.... I know detailed editing functions may be a big job but that truncate feature would be killer for many applications including sampling breaks and one shots from other sources....

    thx for considering!

  • #2
    Simple truncate feature would be high on my list as well.

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    • #3
      +1 For me, it would even be enough to save the start/end/loop points with the sample. There might be some UX problem there if you want different pieces for the same sample then, but there should be a way...

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      • #4
        Thanks for your request. We will keep it in mind.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Aaron View Post
          Thanks for your request. We will keep it in mind.
          Thanks v much !!!

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          • #6
            +1

            sample editing!

            trim, normalize, fade in/out etc.

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            • qbassa
              qbassa commented
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              I know a few users in Poland who sold theirs bitboxes because of lack of this 4 features. If you ever manage to add it this equipement will have a new live, or make the source code open, so community could participate. I am sure open source bitbox wolud make it most popular platform in the whole eurorack world.

          • #7
            +1 also here

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            • #8
              This would indeed help a lot.

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              • #9
                +1 for me too! would be so usefull. Perhaps a good way to implement this would be too add a divide option in the slicer mode? wich would save all slice in a folder with the name of the original sample... easy to discard slices you don't want, and to recall specific slices u want to play with in any other mode through any other cell.

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                • #10
                  +1 I just got my Bitbox and this was the literally first thing I've looked for after I recorded my first sample.
                  • Trim (between sample "Start point" and "Length") - it can automatically save trimmed file as a new file named something like: "sample001_TRIM.wav"
                  • Normalize
                  • Fade Out

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                  • #11
                    Thanks for the input. It's on the wishlist. We are also looking into threshold based recording as an option so you won't create the gap in the first place. :-)

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                    • #12
                      Yes!

                      +1

                      sample editing: trim, normalize, fade in/out etc.

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                      • #13
                        +1 for sure!

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                        • #14
                          Yes please! +1 for Trim & save to a new file, fade in/out, normalize

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