unfourtunately not -there is a LADSPA plugin (TAP pitch shifter) that is meant to do that, but it only works for one note.. (eg useless for music-notes ), and it distort rather significantly
-can be used for long sampled vocals

youre welcome -great that you got it working
youre welcome :D great that you got it working
RAM: 4 gb PC: Acer Aspire 7745G System: 64 bits. Proccesor: Intel(R)Core(TM) i5 CPU M430 2.27 Ghz more than suficient 'm using LMMS 4.11 well 4.11 had a problem with autoupdate - lag was the result, since you say your cpu-load are low - it cant be that But i would upgrade or rather shift.. because:...
a way to upload long sections of audio into lmms
That would be the Sample-Track container:
You can find a litle on usage of this container here:
http://lmms.sourceforge.net/wiki/index. ... th_Samples
MP3 is not suported.
-i asume you are using newest version 0.4.12?
we also need to know pc-specifications and OS, but It is next to imposible to say what the isue could be
..have you looked at your cpu-load at the moment this happens?
What are the values

-i asume you are using newest version 0.4.12?
I have found the pitch control knob for a midi sample but that only allow detuning by as much as two semi-tones so that will not be enough to correct something that is Eb and should be C, a difference of three semi-tones! good find, and you atre right. seams some of the samples are of low quality :...
Many give an E flat pitch when C is pressed, some give an F. factory-samples? perhaps an example? anyways, you can change the key on the insert to 'fit' the harmonics. Some 3. party samples are so detuned that you will need to pitchbend them, but lmms can also do that (the pitch knob on the insert).
Have you read http://lmms.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/0.4:Using_MIDI -I know of several people who have KORG-mini running succesfully with lmms, ..but 'KORG midi' is not just simplY 'KORG midi' -there could be something different in respect to K25 versus Kmini :/ -but try the methods described in...
This post could be of interest to you
http://old.nabble.com/LMMS-with-ASIO-wo ... 16047.html
Make sure you understand TOBY's comment.
BTW - do you already try to use lmms with ASIO -that is not natively supported