Straylight - Grain and Sample difference?

Larry Good
Larry Good Member Posts: 8 Sine
edited May 25 in Kontakt

In Straylight, What is the difference between a Grain and Sample conceptually between the two layers -

Thanks

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  • Brad Yost
    Brad Yost Anacortes, WA, USA Member Posts: 50 Tri
    edited May 25 Answer ✓

    Hi Larry... me again.

    The 'grain' layer is (simplified explanation) an 'operator' or modifier to convolve granularity with and upon the 'sample' layer [and somewhat the inverse as well, but I digress...].

    This guy spent 20 minutes on what, IMHO, could have been covered in less than half that time, but it may help to enlighten you to what Straylight can do. [FYI... Pharlight operates on the same concept... except it is convolved with 'vocal-based' samples.]

    and of course, there is the NI walkthrough that might help too:

    https://youtu.be/L2pDsUF5-dw

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  • Brad Yost
    Brad Yost Anacortes, WA, USA Member Posts: 50 Tri
    edited May 25 Answer ✓

    Hi Larry... me again.

    The 'grain' layer is (simplified explanation) an 'operator' or modifier to convolve granularity with and upon the 'sample' layer [and somewhat the inverse as well, but I digress...].

    This guy spent 20 minutes on what, IMHO, could have been covered in less than half that time, but it may help to enlighten you to what Straylight can do. [FYI... Pharlight operates on the same concept... except it is convolved with 'vocal-based' samples.]

    and of course, there is the NI walkthrough that might help too:

    https://youtu.be/L2pDsUF5-dw

  • Larry Good
    Larry Good Member Posts: 8 Sine

    Brad - Thanks again. That was helpful.

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