Note lengths
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How do you make sounds longer, like if in written music you were to use a tie to extend the sound of a pitch?
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the only instruments you can extend note length on are the 8 bit synths, flute, and electric guitar. you can play around with the 8 bit synths to "sustain" other instruments though, thats normally what i do
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(10-15-2019, 09:26 AM)fox Wrote:  the only instruments you can extend note length on are the 8 bit synths, flute, and electric guitar. you can play around with the 8 bit synths to "sustain" other instruments though, thats normally what i do

I've been trying to use the flute and let the note extend past 8 quarter notes and its not working.
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(06-23-2020, 08:39 PM)Adanna Wrote:  
(10-15-2019, 09:26 AM)fox Wrote:  the only instruments you can extend note length on are the 8 bit synths, flute, and electric guitar. you can play around with the 8 bit synths to "sustain" other instruments though, thats normally what i do

I've been trying to use the flute and let the note extend past 8 quarter notes and its not working.
the flute and electric gutair only goes that long. for the flute, to get a longer note, make sure each flute note is at least 4 notes long and stacked on top of eachother with 2 note spaces in between, here is an example: [url=][/url]
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(06-23-2020, 08:39 PM)Adanna Wrote:  
(10-15-2019, 09:26 AM)fox Wrote:  the only instruments you can extend note length on are the 8 bit synths, flute, and electric guitar. you can play around with the 8 bit synths to "sustain" other instruments though, thats normally what i do

I've been trying to use the flute and let the note extend past 8 quarter notes and its not working.



Thanks. I tried it and I'm getting the hang of it now.
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