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Editing definition files


Does anyone here understand how to edit sample set definition files to customize a set?
by RRKdudas
Nov 29, 2018 02:55 PM

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RE: Editing definition files

RRKdudas wrote:

Does anyone here understand how to edit sample set definition files to customize a set?

Try asking on the Hauptwerk.com forum.

by OrganoPleno
Nov 30, 2018 02:52 PM

RE: Editing definition files

Ok for non PD or non copyright sounds you can import the sounds into polyphone a Sfz manager and spit the out as a sfz organ playable via plogue or aria player. Despite it being an sfz player and converter it can convert other files such as .wav, .mp3, .flac etc..... I found that this was able to extract the .wav data from jorgue and grande orgue and some kontact ones which are not protected and not copyrighted. So long as for personal use you are ok. If you try to market them as something else then the “punishment fits the crime”. I am not going to go directly in how to use polyphone but it does have its own organ soundsets that you can use in a daw such as Cubase. As to copyrighted sounds if you have a daw such as Cubase or one of the free ones then if you have a sampler you should be able to change or alter the sounds fairly and legally and export as a recorded piece so long as you mention the sample maker in the booklet. However if you “Remartket” them as your own presets and sounds then the copyright lawyers will have a field day. So to be a whinge bag on the copyright but this is what I read in a document.

by dreece1
Dec 6, 2018 09:58 AM

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