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MV0 creation and conversion tips or tricks?
« on: February 06, 2017, 01:14:48 am »
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Re: MV0 creation and conversion tips or tricks?
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2017, 05:09:20 am »
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Re: MV0 creation and conversion tips or tricks?
« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2017, 02:32:35 pm »
Hello MV-Nation. So far I'm using Translator to create .mv0 files. I can create a .mv0 from a directory with 50 .wav files and under. Simply right click the directory you choose to convert with default settings and you will have a big .mv0. To get more that 50 .wav file converted into on .mv0, you will have to create a .pgm within the directory. I have used MPC Software to create my .pgm. You would drag and drop your directory with 50+ .wav files to pad one. Then export the .pgm to the desired location. Once that's done you can use Translator to convert your .pgm to .mv0.

Software used:

-Translator v2.9

-MPC Software v1.9.6

Hardware used:

-MV-8000 v3.54

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Re: MV0 creation and conversion tips or tricks?
« Reply #3 on: April 02, 2017, 05:08:36 pm »
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Hello MV-Nation. So far I'm using Translator to create .mv0 files. I can create a .mv0 from a directory with 50 .wav files and under. Simply right click the directory you choose to convert with default settings and you will have a big .mv0. To get more that 50 .wav file converted into on .mv0, you will have to create a .pgm within the directory. I have used MPC Software to create my .pgm. You would drag and drop your directory with 50+ .wav files to pad one. Then export the .pgm to the desired location. Once that's done you can use Translator to convert your .pgm to .mv0.

Are the notes in the right places on the MV?

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Re: MV0 creation and conversion tips or tricks?
« Reply #4 on: April 05, 2017, 03:28:03 pm »
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Hello MV-Nation. So far I'm using Translator to create .mv0 files. I can create a .mv0 from a directory with 50 .wav files and under. Simply right click the directory you choose to convert with default settings and you will have a big .mv0. To get more that 50 .wav file converted into on .mv0, you will have to create a .pgm within the directory. I have used MPC Software to create my .pgm. You would drag and drop your directory with 50+ .wav files to pad one. Then export the .pgm to the desired location. Once that's done you can use Translator to convert your .pgm to .mv0.

Are the notes in the right places on the MV?

Yes, they will be. All the samples will be in the corresponding pads from MPC Software to Translator. Then importing your .mv0 into your MV. I think this process is a lot more efficient and speeds up the process when working in the MV. You can create a .mv0 with all snarez or whatever samples you choose and build your kit into a MIDI layer. Just copy and paste from your original MIDI layer with your .mv0, to your new MIDI layer for your kit.