Simple way to play sounds just reversed?

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musikbear wrote:
Thu May 16, 2019 12:32 pm

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	<pattern pos="0" name="INVERTED" muted="0" steps="16" type="1">
	<note pos="384" pan="0" len="32" key="59" vol="100"/>
	<note pos="224" pan="0" len="160" key="57" vol="100"/>
	<note pos="192" pan="0" len="32" key="61" vol="100"/>
     	<note pos="32" pan="0" len="160" key="59" vol="100"/>
     	<note pos="0" pan="0" len="32" key="61" vol="100"/>
@MusikBear Did you try this out yourself? I think the notes need to come sorted after each others 'note pos' and they still have their original positions. The next time lmms performs a note sort function, which is an internal action you normally don't have to care about, the notes will be sorted back in order. A sort action is performed for instance if you add a new note to the pattern.
This looks interesting. But

How does one "name a block of notes"? Is that the Song Editor's "name"? **thinking**. It must be... prolly a stupid question. So the first step would be to separate the notes one wanted to reverse into its own block in the Song Editor, right?
zonkmachine wrote:
Thu May 16, 2019 4:21 pm
@MusikBear Did you try this out yourself?
Ashhh... what a blunder -You are correct. Indeed each string needs to be asserted in respect to the POS data. Its typical. Forgetting how a design actually was done.. I mean .. It takes a week at most, and then *poooof*
I will edit the 'recipe'....

@zonk :+1
Failte200 wrote:
Fri May 17, 2019 11:48 am
How does one "name a block of notes"?
Right-click the block, choose Rename
(Default every block is named after the preset)

But dont waste time on my 'recipe', i did a dodo. wait for my edit

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