Loops

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Hello all!

I'm Thomas, I'm new :)

I have a question about loops on LMMS.

I started a new project and there is only guitar. Nothing else.

So I recorded a verse, a chorus and a bridge.

In LMMS, I put Audio File Processor where I can upload my records.

When I try to do a loop to have V+V+V+V+C+C+P+V+V+V+V ....

Everytime I hear a "pop" sound, in every transitions.

For example : When my first verse is ending and just before to start the second verse, I hear a "pop" sound
But with chorus too and with transition between my verse and my chorus.

However, I try to set good starting point and good ending point... I'm a little overhelmed.

Can you help me please?
Is there a FX to correct that? Or something else?

Many thanks for your help!
Thomdwarf wrote:
Thu Feb 14, 2019 8:49 am
Hello all!
I'm Thomas, I'm new :)

Hi Thomdwarf , Welcome to the Forum !
Here are all important links:
http://lmms.io/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4740
-A few rules and useful forum instructions
I hear a "pop" sound, in every transitions.
::
However, I try to set good starting point and good ending point
Yes the start & end-points are indeed very important when working with samples!
With a 'good' point, i assume you mean where the loudness is as close to the 0-line as possible?
Eg.
Image
As in your selection is like this blue rektangel in the picture ?
Is there a FX to correct that? Or something else?
Yes you need to set an envelope where you have an attack and a release suited for the specific samples.

Read about envelopes here:
https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=In ... #Envelopes

Here is a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRzIcJ31Yjc
Goddag !

Og tak! :) (I learn Danish)

Yes I did like the blue rektangle and I begin as 0.

Many thanks for your links, I succeed to supress the pop at the end of each record :D

I don't really know how lol but I set several knobs in ENV/LFO until I have a good sound.

I have 5 songs to records for my project so I'll train myself with that!

Vi ses
Thomdwarf wrote:
Thu Feb 14, 2019 5:37 pm
Goddag !
Og tak! :) (I learn Danish)
Hehe -Ikke så nemt :)
I don't really know how lol but I set several knobs in ENV/LFO until I have a good sound.
You should take some time studying and understanding both how Envelopes and LowFreqOscillator LFO actually work, because they can add quality to a lot things, and if you never really understand the dials, then it is difficult to know what to do, when there is a problem :)

Farveller -Ses:D

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