tune / pitch
The fine tuning for the sample, in cents.
tune in the SFZ1 spec is ±1 semitone, from -100 to 100, though at least
in ARIA, it seems a broader range is supported, at least -2400 to 2400 cents.
tune=33 tune=-30 tune=94
Uses include correcting the intonation of naturally off-pitch samples, and detuning unison voices.
Modulating pitch with MIDI CC to create a tune control is possible in SFZ2. If the control needs to go both up and down, there are two ways to do this. One is to move the pitch down by the tuning range, then have modulation move it up by twice the tuning range, so that when the control is at the midpoint, the region will play at its orignal, unmodulated pitch. For a range of 100 cents this would look like this:
Another way is to use default curve 1 which ranges from -1 to 1, and set the pitch control to the tuning range.
tune_*ccN can also be used as an alias for
pitch_*ccN (see below).
|tune||SFZ v1||integer||0||-100 to 100||cents|
|pitch_onccN||SFZ v2||N/A||-9600 to 9600||cents|
|pitch_curveccN||SFZ v2||integer||N/A||0 to 255|
|pitch_smoothccN||SFZ v2||float||0||0 to||ms|
|pitch_stepccN||SFZ v2||0||0 to|
- Envelope: X
- LFO: X
- MIDI CC:
- pitch_onccN (SFZ v2), alias tune_ccN (ARIA), alias tune_onccN (ARIA)
- pitch_curveccN (SFZ v2), alias tune_curveccN (ARIA)
- pitch_smoothccN (SFZ v2), alias tune_smoothccN (ARIA)
- pitch_stepccN (SFZ v2), alias tune_stepccN (ARIA)
Category: Performance Parameters, Pitch