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This is a really cool hack, friend! I particularly love the timing of your jumps, and how well you were able to precisely land on those enemies.

Is this designed to be a runner? Any plans for a demo release?
Originally posted by Jimmy
Absolutely nothing

Unless I am misunderstanding the question, $f4 $01 toggles smooth portamento on the notes, and is typically used before and after where it should be active.

If you're trying to make a note hold out through a loop, one thing you could alternatively try is add a replica of the beginning to the end, then loop at a moment where all the notes cut off and the song can be looped in a smooth, hopefully still predictable manner.
I've tested it just now on Codec's latest revision of AMK, $F4 $01 does continue to sustain beyond the loop and it is possible to make an entire channel sustain the entire time by placing it before the loop.

It is additionally possible to do something like
#0 @0 $ED $7F $E0 l4
a / $F4 $01 cdefgab>c2 $F4 $01 ^2
to achieve a loop that holds throughout the entire song, but still re-triggers the very first note.

I think whether or not it's the best method depends on the context you are working with, but these two techniques are certainly feasible in AMK.
Originally posted by musicalman
Thanks for that, I will have to look at that.
Not that it has anything to do with this topic, but when you say Codec's latest revision, is that the AMK 1.1 beta from 5/7? Or is there even newer stuff out?

I apologize for the late reply. Yes, I was referring to the AMK 1.1 beta from 5/7.
Originally posted by Zack

D9 = 217, but C700 only allows at 127,

Edit : How to i change the instruments mid-song?

Hello! All the values that are higher than $7F ($80 and above) should be subtracted from $FF and treated like a negative number, so:

$D9 is higher than $80, so:

Originally posted by Sample
$FF - $D9 = $26 -> -38 (decimal)

If we were dealing with $70, for example, it would just be:

Originally posted by Sample
$70 -> +112 (decimal)

For FL Studio, you can use BRSO Articulate to change instruments. Just change the instrument patch number within BRSO Articulate according to the note color you're using in the piano roll, and make sure you hook up the VST with BRSO Articulate's MIDI ports.

mod edit: don't stretch tables
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