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The ADSR Thread (For AddmusicK)
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There was an older thread for this, but the OP is now gone and this is its replacement. Anyone can contribute ADSR to the thread as long as it sounds okay. Remember, all of the ADSR here only works with AddmusicK, using the #instruments command.



nXX Noise

Snare: n18 $BF $F7 $7F $04 $00
Light cymbal/hi-hat: n1F $BF $FB $7F $04 $00
Crash cymbal: n1D $8F $F0 $7F $04 $00
Crash cymbal 2: n1C $FF $EE $00 $00 $00
Splash cymbal: n1F $FF $33 $7F $00 $00
Chinese cymbal: n1C $9C $2E $7F $00 $00
Maracas: n1F $FA $00 $00 $00 $00
Open hi-hat: n1E $FF $53 $7F $04 $00
Ride cymbal: n1F $FD $53 $7F $04 $00
Crash cymbal 3: n1E $8E $F3 $7F $04 $00

@0 Flute

Square Wave 1: $FF $E0 $B8 $06 $00
Recorder: $F9 $E4 $B8 $06 $00
Recorder 2: $87 $A9 $B8 $03 $00
Harp: $9E $D5 $B8 $03 $00
Harp 2: $BE $6C $00 $06 $00
Harp 3: $EF $08 $00 $03 $00
Guitar: $80 $88 $B8 $03 $00
Alternate flute: $9C $A0 $B8 $06 $00
Warm pad: $EE $A0 $B8 $03 $00 (use with $E5 $01 $25 $26)
Piccolo/Recorder 3: $A7 $A7 $AC $05 $FF
Electric grand piano: $DE $4C $00 $06 $00
Marimba: $FF $94 $7F $06 $00

@1 Violin

Sawtooth 1: $BF $40 $B8 $03 $00
Sawtooth 2: $FF $E0 $B8 $03 $00
Strings: $FA $E0 $00 $03 $00 (use with soft echo and vibrato for best results)
Harp: $8E $F8 $B8 $03 $00
Slow strings: $82 $A1 $B8 $03 $00
Synth lead: $DC $88 $7F $03 $00
Electric guitar: $9F $60 $00 $06 $00 (use with $EC $00 $08 $0C and $DE $18 $0C $30)
Oboe: $FB $E3 $B7 $07 $00 (use with low echo delay)
Violin: $87 $E0 $00 $03 $00 (increase attack if needed; use with $DE $00 $10 $20 and soft echo)
Strings 2: $A8 $A0 $B8 $03 $00
Piano: $CF $70 $00 $03 $00

@2 Glockenspiel

New age pad: $FA $EE $B8 $03 $00 (use with higher echo delay)
Sweep pad: $F1 $A0 $B5 $03 $00 (use with a high echo delay, and with $DE $60 $C0 $0D $E5 $C0 $05 $2F)
Tinkle bell: $FF $F8 $8C $03 $04
Triangle (open): $FF $72 $00 $07 $00
Triangle (muted): $FF $7C $00 $07 $00


@3 Marimba

Stronger marimba: $9F $48 $B8 $03 $00
Xylophone: $FF $F6 $B8 $03 $00
Celesta: $FD $F0 $00 $03 $00
Vibraphone: $AF $AD $B8 $03 $00 (use with $E5 $00 $06 $24)
Flute: $B6 $A7 $7F $04 $00 (use o4 or higher)
Kalimba: $CF $06 $7F $06 $00 (use with high octaves)
Guitar: $AF $28 $B8 $02 $F9 (use with vibrato)
Music box: $BD $72 $00 $06 $00 (use with o4 or higher)
Agogo: $DF $1B $00 $04 $00 (o5c4 high, o4g4 low)

@4 Cello

Sitar: $BE $B3 $B8 $03 $00
Brass section: $AC $88 $00 $03 $00
Brass thing: $FD $E0 $B8 $03 $00
Koto: $FF $F3 $B8 $03 $00
Tuba/trombone: $E6 $82 $A5 $03 $01 (o2/o3>)
Clavinet (o1-o4): $EC $F7 $B8 $03 $00
Synth brass: $CE $40 $00 $03 $00
Accordion: $96 $60 $00 $06 $00 (use with $E5 $10 $10 $30 $DE $20 $10 $20)
Alto sax: $BC $A6 $B8 $03 $00 (use with $DE $20 $10 $20 $EC $02 $01 $01)
Brass trumpet: $DA $60 $00 $06 $00
Brass trumpet 2: $DA $A0 $00 $03 $00
Fast trumpet: $AA $B2 $00 $03 $00

@5 Acoustic Steel Guitar

Pizzicato strings: $FF $F4 $B8 $04 $00
Pizzicato strings 2: $BF $38 $00 $07 $00 (use with $EC $00 $01 $F4)
Strings: $86 $00 $B8 $03 $00 (use with $E5 $00 $10 $40, also, use with o3 or higher)
Woodwind reed: $99 $A0 $B4 $07 $00
Shamisen: $EF $2C $00 $07 $00 (Works best with short echo delay)
Soft steel guitar: $88 $8B $7F $07 $00

@6 Trumpet/Trombone

Percussive organ: $CF $60 $00 $03 $00
Harmonica: $88 $86 $B8 $03 $00
Fast trumpet: $8E $F7 $B8 $03 $00
Oboe/clarinet: $F8 $80 $00 $02 $FF
Low charang: $9F $80 $00 $03 $00
High charang: $CF $80 $00 $03 $00
Oboe/clarinet 2: $DC $80 $00 $02 $FF
Synth piano: $AE $8C $B8 $03 $00 (Mid)
French horn: $D6 $A0 $00 $03 $00 (use with $EC $04 $04 $0C; o3/o4, use o2 for bass)
Banjo: $DF $2A $00 $03 $00
Fast french horn: $D9 $A0 $00 $03 $00 (use with $EC $02 $02 $0C)

@7 Steel Drum

Organ: $FF $E0 $B8 $03 $00 (Use with $F4 $01)
Electric pick bass: $BF $B1 $0A $01 $7B
Alternate @7: $AE $75 $00 $03 $00

@8 Acoustic Bass Guitar

Strong bass: $8E $D2 $B8 $1E $00
Soft bass (low octaves)/meh strings (higher octaves): $F7 $8B $7F $0F $00
Contrabass: $BF $A0 $B8 $04 $32 (use with $E5 $00 $08 $10)
Electric guitar (muted, o1-o4)/Fretless bass (o5-o6): $8B $6B $B2 $07 $6B
Bass drum: $FF $F8 $00 $1E $00 (use with a strong pitch bend: for example, o4 c8$dd$00$0C<<<c)
Alternate acoustic bass: $AF $C8 $B8 $1E $00

@9 Piano

Alternate piano: $8F $F4 $B8 $05 $5F

@10 Snare Drum

Toms: $FF $F7 $00 $08 $00
Alternative drum kick: $FF $1F $7F $03 $00 (o3g)

@11 Softer Violin

Soprano sax: $AC $A0 $B8 $03 $00 (use with $E5 $01 $03 $1A)
Bass strings (o1-o3)/Lead sawtooth (o4-o5): $FD $EF $CF $06 $00

@12 Bongos

Congas: $8F $F5 $B8 $03 $00 (o4)

@13 Electric Piano/Harp

Choir Ooh: $C8 $80 $7F $03 $00
Voice: $8A $AA $B8 $03 $00
Choir thing: $F3 $E6 $B8 $03 $00
Alternate @13: $FF $F1 $7F $03 $00 (works as a bass at o1 and o2, o3 and above is a nice alternate electric piano)
Electric bass/Alternate flute: $CC $E6 $B2 $06 $00 (o2-o4) (o5-o6)
Pad (bowed): $95 $06 $9C $05 $F9 (use with high octaves and $DE $00 $01 $0C)

@14 Slap Bass

Alternative slap bass: $AF $C7 $B8 $07 $00
Koto: $FF $F0 $B8 $07 $00 (use at higher octaves)
Electric guitar (clean): $BE $CE $AB $03 $71
Acoustic nylon guitar: $FD $F3 $00 $07 $00
Pulse wave: $FC $E0 $7F $07 $00 (lower the attack if necessary)
Fiddle: $89 $AA $00 $07 $00 (use with soft vibrato)
Harpsichord: $9E $4C $00 $07 $00

@15 Orchestra Hit

Timpani: $CF $72 $00 $01 $E8 (o1-o2, use with $FA $03 $XX)

@16 Softer Harp

Electric marimba: $BF $98 $BB $03 $00

@17 Distortion Guitar

Overdriven guitar: $8F $66 $7F $05 $00

@18 Violin

@21 Bass Drum

@22 Light Cymbal

@23 Maracas

Closed hi-hat: $FF $E0 $7F $07 $00 (o3a)
Pedal hi-hat: $FD $E0 $7F $07 $00 (o3a)

@24 Wood Block

Snare drum/Alternate wood block: $EF $F5 $00 $10 $00

@25 Higher Wood Block

Side-stick: $FF $FD $00 $20 $00 (o2g/o3e)
High wood block: $FF $E0 $7F $08 $00 (o4d+, use with qXY to cut off annoying looping beep)

@26 Hard Bass Drum

Taiko drum: $FF $F1 $81 $01 $00 (use with $DE $01 $01 $8F)

@27 Medium Bass Drum

@28 Soft Bass Drum

Acoustic bass drum: $FE $FA $8D $07 $72 (use with low octaves)

@29 Power Set

Timpani: $FF $E0 $7F $03 $00
Synth drum: $8C $F8 $8F $03 $00 (use with $E5 $00 $C0 $08)
Mute high conga: $FF $FA $7F $04 $00 (o4b)

Other

Clap sound: "default/13 SMW Thunder.brr" $FF $E0 $7F $0E $00
Record scratch sound: o2 @15 v255 c16 $DD $00 $09 $94





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Originally posted by HackerOfTheLegend
Strings: $B6 $45 $B8 $03 $00

That's a pretty shitty ADSR, if you ask me.

These are the ones I normally use:

Strings: @1 $fa $e0 $00 $03 $00. With some soft vibrato and echo, it does its job pretty well. Can also use $f9 instead, by the way.

Harp: @0 $be $6c $00 $06 $00. Sounds better if the notes are split into two channels, as seen here (0:22).

Bass Section: @4 $ac $88 $00 $03 $00. Same spc as above, at 1:09. Can also be used as a trumpet, I think?

Percusive Organ: @6 $cf $60 $00 $03 $00. No sample spc for this one.

Celesta: @3 $fd $f0 $00 $03 $00. Sample.

I have more somewhere, but I can't seem to find them.

Edit: Oh wait, here's another one:

Toms: @10 $ff $f7 $00 $08 $00
I'm going to sticky this thread, unless another moderator/staff member deems un-necessary, because I feel this thread can help out quite a lot of porters who are looking for new cool effects. (Providing if people do submit them)

Why hasn't something like this been done before? It can be useful for both new and veteran porters, well, it has the potential to be.
Wait wait wait I'm confused.

I thought ADSR was $ED $DA $SR, but these are completely different; am I missing something?

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This is AMK ADSR that you put in #instruments. For example:

#instruments
{
@0 $BE $6C $B8 $06 $00
@6 $FF $E0 $B8 $03 $00
}
Layout by the lovely, lazy Hinalyte.
Also don't forget the syntax for AMK ADSR is as followed,

Originally posted by AMK Readme
#instruments
{
"sample1.brr" $aa $bb $cc $dd $ee
"sample2.brr" $aa $bb $cc $dd $ee
@0 $aa $bb $cc $dd $ee
n1F $aa $bb $cc $dd $ee
}

Where "sample1.brr" (etc.) is the name of the sample to use for this instrument (it must match up with a sample loaded by the #samples command). Alternatively, it may be @ followed by a non-custom instrument, which will load the sample that that instrument uses, or n and a hex value from 0 - 1F, which will play noise with the specified clock (pitch).

aa is the first ADSR value (to use ADSR, make sure that it is >= $80. Otherwise GAIN is used.).
bb is the second ADSR value.
cc is the GAIN value.
dd is the tuning multiplier.
ee is the tuning submultiplier (so dd and ee together are something like "dd.ee"; ee is the decimal/fractional portion).
All of those values are in hex.

If you're using custom samples for your instruments, then this command must always be preceded by the #samples command.


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"LOOK A_ ME IM SMR_"
This thread is for ADSR for vanilla instruments. I'm pretty sure that most porters should know about AMK's #instruments syntax anyways.
Layout by the lovely, lazy Hinalyte.
My main point was to try to explain the hex values for each instrument.

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@3 $AF $AD $B8 $03 $00 - Vibraphone, use with $E5 $00 $06 $24 for the full effect.

@13 $8A $AA $B8 $03 $00 - Voice of some sort.

@6 $88 $86 $B8 $03 $00 - Harmonica.

@0 $87 $A9 $B8 $03 $00 - Recorder.

@1 $82 $A1 $B8 $03 $00 - Slow Strings.

@1 $88 $E8 $B8 $03 $00 - Synth Lead.

@9 $8F $F4 $B8 $05 $5F - Alternate piano.

@6 $8E $F7 $B8 $03 $00 - Fast trumpet.

@8 $8E $D2 $B8 $1E $00 - Strong Bass.

Will post more once I find stuff.
Praise be to gay orana
Originally posted by HackerOfTheLegend
This is AMK ADSR that you put in #instruments. For example:

#instruments
{
@0 $BE $6C $B8 $06 $00
@6 $FF $E0 $B8 $03 $00
}


Oh I get it now, silly me.

Originally posted by S.C.O.R.P.I.O.N.
Why hasn't something like this been done before?

Doesn't this count? It's for old AddMusics but they're still relevant.

Also I was gonna re-do that thread but HOTL you beat me to it damn you.

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Alright, I got some more ADSR to potentially add to the thread, but first I'd like some porters to tell me if they're worth adding (I have no porting stuff on my laptop, so I can't test them out myself):

@13 - $F3 $E6 $B8 $03 $00 (choir thing)
@0 - $FA $E0 $B8 $03 $00 (flute)
@0 - $9C $A0 $00 $06 $00 (I forgot what this was but it sounds decent IIRC)
Layout by the lovely, lazy Hinalyte.
Fanatical like a Demon
Is there a decent ADSR value for a timpani? Also a crash cymbal since SMW's cymbal is VERY short...
Major thanks to Suika Ibuki for layout!
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Is there some ADSR for drawbar and rock organ?

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Originally posted by LadiesMan_217
Is there a decent ADSR value for a timpani? Also a crash cymbal since SMW's cymbal is VERY short...


Timpani: @29 $FF $E0 $7F $03 $05

I got nothing for the crash cymbal, sorry.

Edit: Forgot to say what instrument the ADSR was intended for, my bad.
Layout by the lovely, lazy Hinalyte.
Fanatical like a Demon
Originally posted by HackerOfTheLegend


Timpani: $FF $E0 $7F $03 $05

I got nothing for the crash cymbal, sorry.

I'm assuming this is for @10???
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@29 would sound better, as it's a longer and louder sample. Be careful though, it doesn't like octaves higher than o2.
I have some more ADSR:

Pizzicato strings: @5 $FF $F4 $B8 $04 $00
Flute: @0 $9C $A0 $B8 $06 $00
Brass thing: @4 $FD $E0 $B8 $03 $00
Layout by the lovely, lazy Hinalyte.
Originally posted by Skoda
Is there some ADSR for drawbar and rock organ?

Reposting again.

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Counterfeit is the only reliable people to me.
Alternative Kick Drum: @10 $FF $1F $7F $03 $00
Use it at octave 3 note g. :P

Here's how it sounds
Does anyone have a asdr for the French horn ?
I'm working on a port that uses the french horn instrument.
@6 @4 or even @8 isn't enough for it.

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