Originally posted by Brozilla
Got my statement backwards but Izuna got the idea correct.
It's not like you to mess up the octaves like that and I'm not entirely sure how it ended up like that.
How was the SPC generated? Did you SPC-to-MML or are those direct feeds? Tuning the samples is one thing but not knowing the "original" sound is another.
EDIT: The oN (e.g o4) or '<' '>' octave commands are unlikely to detune the instrument. If it becomes out of tune then it's likely the instrument/sample was not tuned correctly in the first place.
Well, one of the MMLs was from SPC to MML, and the other was from PetiteMM. I just done what AMKGUI told me (which was to fix the pitch) by taking out the raise octave commands and lowering down the note command numbers after the replacement command (a example being c=49). I guess it was because that me lowering down those numbers are what done it, but I`m not quite sure. Though, for what I am getting here, if I remove the octave commands in the song, then tune the sample up an octave by raising the tuning multiplier by two, it`ll get inserted as intended? Sorry if I`m being a bit of a noob here, btw, I`m only really starting to give a shit about MML optimizing now, so yeah. lol
EDIT: Actually, I think that the tuning problem might be because I have gotten it with SPC to MML (since PetiteMM doesnt give out any tunings), but I tested out another port a while back, and it worked fine, so I`m not sure what happened here. Here is another corrupted SPC and the MMLs of both of the ports, just in case: