Omnia release samples

Khalm
Khalm Member Posts: 11 Newcomer

In Choir Omnia, how do you control release samples (Ra Vs ras) and add "m" the end of syllables?


The manual states that this is possible but not how.

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  • Rotomot
    Rotomot Member Posts: 34 Helper
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    You can use Host Automation. Parameter #0009 is the Release Type.

    In Ableton Live it was quite difficult to get the host automation parameters to appear on track. The only way I found was by using first another instrument to add some parameters including the #0009, and then replace that instrument with Omnia inside the same Kontakt instance.

    The release type setting does not add the "m" to syllables, except for the release in "nom". To add a longer "m" to any syllable, you need to add an additional "m" step in the Sequencer and enable crossfading (x) with the preceding syllable.

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  • Paule
    Paule Member Posts: 1,328 Expert
  • Khalm
    Khalm Member Posts: 11 Newcomer

    So there is no way to control this within a performance? Does this setting also add "m" to syllables?

  • Rotomot
    Rotomot Member Posts: 34 Helper
    Answer ✓

    You can use Host Automation. Parameter #0009 is the Release Type.

    In Ableton Live it was quite difficult to get the host automation parameters to appear on track. The only way I found was by using first another instrument to add some parameters including the #0009, and then replace that instrument with Omnia inside the same Kontakt instance.

    The release type setting does not add the "m" to syllables, except for the release in "nom". To add a longer "m" to any syllable, you need to add an additional "m" step in the Sequencer and enable crossfading (x) with the preceding syllable.

  • Khalm
    Khalm Member Posts: 11 Newcomer

    Ok thanks a bunch.

    The manual states that one can add "m" to any syllable...weird since one could add any syllable to any syllable that way

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