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A MAD SCHEME Troubleshooting/F.A.Q. Thread
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Originally posted by KilloZapit
Wouldn't that truncate the pattrens?


I don't think so, I think it just resizes them (moving all left-over notes to the next pattern).

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That hasn't been my experience with it, but that was mostly on older versions.

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Your layout has been removed.
So far I didn't get any problems, but maybe I'm wrong and my IT-files had only 64 notes per pattern to begin with.

Oh yar, also:
Originally posted by KilloZapit
Also Impulse Tracker had a special key that let you re ajust the sample rate, I wonder if openMPT does?

I think it changes the sample rate to 8000 Hz automatically, but the problem is that it doesn't change the sample speed accordingly, causing all samples to become really slow.

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Yeah I mean, in impulse tracker you could do both at once.

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Your layout has been removed.
Update time!

The BXX command now does looping properly, but as stated in the readme, will not work correctly if any pattern ends with the DXX command (which it shouldn't anyway.)

EDIT: Scratch that. It inserts loops fine, but the BXX command won't function the same as the DXX command. Hold on a minute.

EDIT 2: Fixed.
I should get a new layout.

Probably won't, though.
Oh yar, btw.: You forgot to normalize and loop the samples in the SMW_Base.mod, you only did that with the IT-file. I recommend you fix that as well and then add the two files to the next release of A MAD SCHEME.

I'm going to try this new version now.

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Originally posted by RPG Hacker
Oh yar, btw.: You forgot to normalize and loop the samples in the SMW_Base.mod, you only did that with the IT-file. I recommend you fix that as well and then add the two files to the next release of A MAD SCHEME.



Fixed. And yeah, I'll include them with the next release.
I should get a new layout.

Probably won't, though.
And since we're already at it: Maybe when you release it to the tools section you should compile a document (maybe an HTML document with pictures or whatever) that contains all the information gathered in your C3 thread and in this one. This would be extremely helpful so you wouldn't always have to look for the instructions here on SMWC and in multiple threads.

That's about it I guess.

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Originally posted by RPG Hacker
And since we're already at it: Maybe when you release it to the tools section you should compile a document (maybe an HTML document with pictures or whatever) that contains all the information gathered in your C3 thread and in this one. This would be extremely helpful so you wouldn't always have to look for the instructions here on SMWC and in multiple threads.

That's about it I guess.


That's actually part of the reason why I created this thread; so I could see what people have trouble with and cover everything possible when I release an official tutorial.
I should get a new layout.

Probably won't, though.
ok, this is embarrassing,
here i finally have time to try this out, i find people find this simple and easy to use when i get stuck at

Originally posted by kipernal
Click the open button (the one in the Patterns tab, not under the file menu!)


were is the stupid open option >.< unless its hidden somewere and staring me in the face.

anyway when recording the samples, do they need to look exactly like this?

Code
t20 w255
#0 o3 
@0c1
@1c1
@2c1
$E5 $94 $04 c1
$E5 $95 $04 c1
$E5 $96 $04 c1
$E5 $97 $04 c1


they seem quiet when i recorded and heard them, or should i just turn up the volume on the comp?
Originally posted by chirno
ok, this is embarrassing,
here i finally have time to try this out, i find people find this simple and easy to use when i get stuck at

Originally posted by kipernal
Click the open button (the one in the Patterns tab, not under the file menu!)


were is the stupid open option >.< unless its hidden somewere and staring me in the face.


Yeah, he actually missed a step here in the explanation. You have to click on the "Samples" tab first.

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Originally posted by Satan Klaus
Yeah, he actually missed a step here in the explanation. You have to click on the "Samples" tab first.


#w{x(} ...well, I can't go back and fix it. *shrug*

Originally posted by chirno
anyway when recording the samples, do they need to look exactly like this?

Code
t20 w255
#0 o3 
@0c1
@1c1
@2c1
$E5 $94 $04 c1
$E5 $95 $04 c1
$E5 $96 $04 c1
$E5 $97 $04 c1


they seem quiet when i recorded and heard them, or should i just turn up the volume on the comp?


You should change it to reflect what samples and instruments you are using. I.E. don't put @0 if you're not going to use instrument @0, and insert @16 somewhere if you're going to use instrument @16. As for the volume issues, just turning up your computer volume should work. Many audio programs also have a "Normalize" function, just make sure that you apply it to every sample at once, instead of each sample one at a time.
I should get a new layout.

Probably won't, though.
OpenGT actually has that option as well in the sample editor. The button says "normalize". Holding the SHIFT button while clicking it will normalize all samples. Make sure to insert all samples into the song before doing this.

Actually, I figured out that the WAV samples in the pack I once sent you with the base MOD could still be useful for the user of your tool. You said they wouldn't need them anyways, but after working quite a bit with OpenGT and your tool I think those samples can actually be VERY useful for porting a song with your tool. How so? Well I for example use them to find matching instruments for a song. First I delete all samples in a song, then I try inserting any of the SMW samples in their place. That way I find out what that part of the song would sound like using SMW instruments. For unexperienced people like me that's pretty decent. At least a lot more decent than always inserting the song into the game to find out what it sounds like. In fact, I don't think there is a better way than this. :P

Anyways, in case someone wants the sample pack, here it is once again:
http://rpg-hacker.bplaced.net/SMW/Downloads/Music/SMWBaseSamples.rar
I've also fixed up the samples; that means normalized and looped them.

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