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Such Great Heights (preview)

By stargazer on Oct 29, 2010 10:59 pm

I wasn't really satisfied with any chip covers I could find, so I'm making my own. It's only until the first chorus, but the verse is basically done other than some minor auxiliary things. Does anyone know how to fade in/out with LSDJ or am I going to have to cheat and just use some software?

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you can fade in by setting the envelope to 09-F

Yeah, that's what I thought. I think I'm just going to go the software route. Lame, I know, but I'd rather have it sound better and not have to take forever and fill up phrases with the same notes just copied with different volumes.

Stargazer, you'd probably have to use individual E commands on your notes to control your instrument volumes if you want individual phrases to fade in.

What about a fade in? And won't that only work for all tracks? I just want individual phrases to fade in, like the real song.

How to fade in on LSDJ:

Using the M command (master volume) set the volume to M11 on the first step in the first phrase of your song. Then on the first step of all subsequent phrases, use M99. Each phrase will step up the master volume one increment until it hits max.

That tends to work for me. If you want a slower fade in, space out the M commands. Or a faster one, put them closer together.

translates well to gaME boy. 

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