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From: "Michael R. Kesti"
Subject: Re: NEED HELP TO TRIGGER SOUND EFFECTS PLS HELP
Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 09:41:00 -0800
Organization: MK Associates
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>I'm trying to make a project which will trigger off sound effects when
> switches are closed. There are sound effect CD's with 1000's of sound
>effects. How can I choose the ones I like to instantly go off the
>moment a switch is closed? Are there any sound effect generators which
>would do this? Even better would be to record the sound effect I like
>and assign it to a certain key. I want to feed the sound to an amp and
>speakers. Any ideas? Please help. Thanks in advance.
What you describe is called a sampler in the music production world.
Many samplers allow one to load sounds, such as from your effects CD,
and trigger those sounds' playback via received MIDI messages. The
MIDI messages are typically generated by piano-like controller keyboards
but it is possible to generate them based on switch closures. Check out
my MIDI merger/processor/interfacer I call The Urge To Merge at
http://www.gv.net/~mkesti for an example of how one can do this.
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