Obsidian Sampler: mystery delay echo—how to get rid of it?
Hi—just bought NS2 and loving it! I love it SO much that one of the first things I want to do is create a bunch of Obsidian sampler patches so I can work with some of my favorite acoustic instrument samples (mostly percussion).
I’ve read everything I can find on the Obsidian sampler module (which isn’t much) and also watched the one video, which unfortunately doesn’t address my issue.
In a nutshell, before loading and auto mapping a sample, I want to initialize EVERYTHING. All I want to hear after loading samples is the raw, unfiltered, unaffected sample sound. Then I want to be able to tweak the envelopes, sustain loops, etc myself.
My process for this is to go through every possible “hamburger icon” that exists anywhere in Obsidian (not just the sampler module but the FX and all other panels too) and tap “Init” for every one. This almost works...except I’m still hearing a single, much quieter delay echo (a delay feedback of 1), and it’s DRIVING ME MAD!!! :-)
For the life of me I can’t figure out where this delay/echo is coming from. All effects are off/bypassed (that was the first thing I checked). I’d be eternally grateful if someone can help!
ALSO: What’s the simp,est way to save an “Init Patch” so I don’t have to go through this every time?
Thanks very much!
Scott in Oregon, USA