VirtualDek 2.0 Screenshots and Explanations (designed for 1024x768 screen resolution, optimum)
 
 

The Sample Edit Panel

Detailed Description of Each Flashing Number:

1
Sample Waveform Display. Displays a Waveform representing the Audio Levels of the Sample. Longer lines represent Louder Volume and Shorter lines represent Quieter Volume.
2
Adjusts the Start Pitch of the Sample. The value of this control is a multiple of the Pitch. So, a value of 1.00 means the Original Pitch where a value of 0.5 is Half the Pitch etc...
3
Adjusts the Volume Level of the Sample. Ranges from 0.0x or Silence upto 2.0x which is Double Volume
4
Adjusts the Filters Cutoff Frequency. This is measured in Hz. Cymbals and Hi Hats are usually around the 10kHz region whereas Vocals are about 1.5kHz and Bass is around 150Hz.
5
Adjusts the End Pitch of the Sample. The value of this control is a multiple of the Pitch. So, a value of 1.00 means the Original Pitch where a value of 0.5 is Half the Pitch etc...
6
Adjusts the Pan or Position of the Sample across the Left and Right Channels. Placing this control at the Center places the Sound at the Center of the Speakers. Placing it Left places the Sound to the Left Speaker and the same with the Right.
7
Adjusts the Resonance, Q or Feedback of the Filter. Raising this level will cause more Acid type sounds. Great for creating Telephonic type effects on Vocals (Mode BPF, Cutoff at 1.5kHz, and Res/Q at 0.9). The higher the value, the more Resonance, Q or Feedback and vice versa.
8
Check this box to Tie the Pitches 2 and 5 together. Tie the Pitches if you do not intend to create a Pitchbend effect.
9
Click to Apply the Pitch Values. Click on Play (14) to hear and test the Sample.
10
Click to Apply the Amplitude Values. Click on Play (14) to hear and test the Sample.
11
Lists four different Filter Modes, LPF (Low Pass Filter), BPF (Band Pass Filter), HPF (High Pass Filter) and Notch (Band Reject Filter). Select the Mode that you wish to use the Filter with.
12
Click to Apply the Filter Values. Click on Play (14) to hear and test the Sample.
13
This displays the Sample Name, you can edit this value and type in your own name.
14
Click here to Play the Sample.
15
Click here to Restore the Parameters of the Sample back to their original values. You will lose any changes you have made to the controls.
16
Click to Close the Sample Edit Panel.
17
This is the Progress Indicator and shows the completion progress of any tasks.
18
This is the Status Bar and displays information about any tasks being currently executed.

 

 
 
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