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List of Notable ADSR
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This is a list of various ADSR commands ($ED) that would be useful to document when you just need that one instrument not in SMW, but don't want to make it require samples. This is also able to be used if you need to fix a particular instrument (ie.e @0 or @17, which can sound really bad one some notes)
[EDIT] Came back 2 months later and decided to finally update first post.


@0 Flute:
Recorder: $ED $79 $E4
Square Wave/8bit Sound: $ED $3F $40
Square Wave 2: $ED $5D $04 (this one in N-SPC.txt crashed the song (just stopped playing music, nothing else bad) but that may have just been me)
Square Wave 3: $ED $7F $E0 -imamelia
Alternate Flute: $ed $4c $c4 -Ice Man
Alt. Flute 2 and 3: $ED $77 $E0, $ED $76 $E0 -imamelia
Decent Harp: $ED $7F $F3 -imamelia
Orchestral Strings: $ed $3f $b2 -MarioStarLuigi
Stickerbush Symphony Marimba: $ED $5F $01 -Slash Man
Ocarina: $ED $6A $88 -Supertails

@1 Violin:
Sawtooth $ED $3F $40
Sawtooth 2 $ED $0F $E0
Sawtooth 3: $ED $7F $E0 -imamelia
Strings 1 and 2: $ED $36 $45, $ED $55 $44 -Botcrazy

@2 Music Box

@3 Marimba
Drown-Out Prevention: $ED $7F $E0 -imamelia
Alternative: $ED $7F $F4 -Bloop

@4 Cello

@5 Acoustic Steel Guitar

@6 Trumpet/Trombone

@7 Steel Drum
Alternative: $ED $7F $EE -Bloop

@8 Acoustic Bass Guitar
Drown-Out Prevention: $ED $7F $E0 -imamelia
Drum Bass Thing: $ED $7E $31 -Bloop

@9 Piano
Cello (low octaves): $ED $58 $62 -imamelia

@10 Snare Drum

@11 Softer Violin

@12 Bongos

@13 Electric Piano/Harp
Choir Ooh: $ED $5B $C0 -Slash Man

@14 Slap Bass
Alternative: $ED $2E $26 -Bloop

@15 Orchestra Hit
Alternative: $ED $0E $E0 -Bloop

@16 Softer Harp

@17 Distortion Guitar

@18 Violin

@21 Bass Drum

@22 Light Cymbal

@23 Maracas

@24 Wood Block

@25 Higher Wood Block

@26 Hard Bass Drum

@27 Medium Bass Drum

@28 Soft Bass Drum

@29 Power Set

Other:
$ed $7f $e0: Plays note full length - Ice Man
@0 $ed $0f $e0\
@1 $ed $7a $6a \
@3 $ed $7f $f4 |___ Ice Man(I'm asuming these are alt's for the original instrument, but there was no desc.)
@8 $ed $7f $ee |
@14 $ed $2e $26 /
@15 $ed $0e $e0/
Last edited on 2011-12-10 10:50:56 AM by General Echidna.
It's weird how many times I find songs with sawtooths, and since I still don't understand SampleTool, this helps a lot. Thank you.
For @0 I oftenly use $ed $4c $c4. Works pretty well for most flute songs in my opinion.
Originally posted by General Echidna

@1 Violin:
Sawtooth $ED $3F $40

These values also work pretty well with @6. At low octaves, it could even make a decent @8 alternative.

BTW, I think this thread should be stickied.
Also you can add blips: $ED $7F $FA
Works with @0
Actually, when I use @0 for a square and @1 for a sawtooth, I usually use $ED $7F $E0 for both.

Now let's see what interesting ADSR values I can pull up...I actually made a test track consisting of a bunch of different instruments with various ADSR values (you can find it here, if you're interested) to see if anything interesting would come of it, although several of them were just me testing previous values that I'd used.

Some maybe-mildly-useful ADSR notes of mine:
- I got @9 to sound sort of like a cello once by using $ED $58 $62 and playing it at a low octave
- @0 $ED $7F $F3 makes a decent harp
- $ED $77 $E0 (or $ED $76 $E0) is a pretty good flute ADSR for @0, as long as you can keep it from sounding too quiet. The same settings work quite well for @1, and sometimes @4 and @14, also.
- You pretty much have to set the ADSR on @3 and @8 to $ED $7F $E0 if you want to have any hope of them not getting completely drowned out

I wish I had more, but...I don't know. I don't think I've found any really useful ADSR settings for anything.
$ed $7f $e0 is used to play a note at its full length, nothing too special but still useful. :P

Anyhow, here are some more ADSR commands:

@0 $ed $0f $e0
@1 $ed $7a $6a
@3 $ed $7f $f4
@8 $ed $7f $ee
@14 $ed $2e $26
@15 $ed $0e $e0
Are there any ADSR effects that sound like a creepy organ? If not, I'll just stick with samples, but it would be nice to do it without.
Has anybody got an ADRS command that sounds like strings? With which instrument?
Originally posted by Maxodex
Has anybody got an ADRS command that sounds like strings? With which instrument?

@1 $ED $36 $45 is pretty good. When I put three @1's together, I come out with this (wait a little while, it gets exciting).

EDIT: However, I use that a lot with single @1's as well.

EDIT2: @1 $ED $55 $44 is also good. I used it on this.

EDIT3: Lava Drop :D Okay, I need to stop editing.
Last edited on 2011-10-14 12:04:08 PM by Botcrazy.
@Botcrazy: Ok. Thanks, now I'm done with my port.
@0 Flute:
Recorder $ED $79 $E4
Square Wave/8bit Sound $ED $3F $40
Square Wave 2 $ED $5D $04 (this one in N-SPC.txt crashed the song (just stopped playing music, nothing else bad) but that may have just been me)
Something $ED $0F $E0
Blips $ED $7F $FA

@1 Violin:
Sawtooth $ED $3F $40
Strings 1 $ED $36 $45
Strings 2 $ED $55 $44
Something $ED $7A $6A

@3 Marimba/Xylophone
Something $ED $7F $F4

@8 Steel Drums
Something $ED $7F $EE

@14 Slap Bass
Something $ED $2E $26

@15 Orchestra hit
Something $ED $0E $E0

Just helping a bit.
Last edited on 2011-10-15 05:03:15 AM by Bloop.
@0 $ed $3f $b2 works as an orchestral strings alternative, as heard here.
And it has cool echo feel :)
Wow, that sounds really relaxing .O. Awesome ADSR, I might use it real soon.
Jimmy a long time ago found a soft Choir ooh "substitute" with @13. It's nothing too amazing but it's a good replacement.
I used it in this (0:40)

@13 $ED $5B $C0

I have a Stickerbush Symphony Marimba sounding @0 ADSR here too.

@0 $ED $5F $01
@0 Flute:
Recorder $ED $79 $E4
Square Wave/8bit Sound $ED $3F $40
Square Wave 2 $ED $5D $04 (this one in N-SPC.txt crashed the song (just stopped playing music, nothing else bad)
Something $ED $0F $E0
Blips $ED $7F $FA
Stickerbush Symphony Marimba $ED $5B $C0

@1 Violin:
Sawtooth $ED $3F $40
Strings 1 $ED $36 $45
Strings 2 $ED $55 $44
Something $ED $7A $6A

@3 Marimba/Xylophone
Something $ED $7F $F4

@8 Steel Drums
Something $ED $7F $EE

@13 Electric Piano/Harp
Choir Oohs $ED $5B $C0

@14 Slap Bass
Something $ED $2E $26

@15 Orchestra hit
Something $ED $0E $E0
Anything that sounds like a crash cymbal? I know that quite a few people (myself included) have been wanting such a command. Anybody?
Posting here to make this thread young.
@luigi370

Don't post in a thread for the sake of keeping it on the first page of the forum. Don't post anything completely irrelevant like that either. If you have any criticism or anything of relevance that is your time to post. The last post in this thread was 12 days old...

Don't do this again.
Last edited on 2011-11-15 11:19:56 PM by Slash Man.
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