How to Use the C700 Plug-In



Operating Environment

Mac Version

Windows Version

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The Differences Between The Mac and Windows Versions

Feature Descriptions

Common Settings


Setting the common attributes for all MIDIchs.

Track 1-16
Announces the MIDI channel (1-16) selection state.
Old: This is the mode for compatibility with older versions.
Relaxed: This can be used without limiting the capacity of waveform memory. You can increase the polyphony count to up to 16 sounds. Some of this mode's specifications are different from the emulated equipment.
Accurate: This mode uses Blargg's Audio Engine, allowing more rigorous emulation. Setting "Poly" in this mode is ignored. Polyphony is fixed to "8."
Sets polyphony (1-16).
Bend Range
Sets the pitch bend range.
Velocity Curve
Sets the velocity curve response: constant value, quadratic curve, and straight line.
Multi Bank A-D
In the C700, there bank are four banks that can handle multiple waveforms as one tone.
Here, with multi-sample mode "On," the bank is set in this mode.
LowKey and HighKey set up the sample key mapping.
This comes in handy when configuring a drum kit.
If the key range is duplicated, the scope of the latter sample number takes precedence.
In a Bank that is not set in multi-sample mode, the waveform number = the program change number.
Vibrato Depth,Rate
Modulation wheel (CC: 1) sets the value.
Currently, all MIDIch's share the setting.

Setting The Waveform


In the selected track, you can edit the tone color setting.

Sets the waveform bank.
When you select a multi-sample mode bank, all the waveforms in the bank are treated as the same tone.
If you choose a bank that is not in multi-sample mode, the waveform number = the program change number.
Waveform Number / Label
The name of the waveform number selected by the program change will be displayed.
Low Key, High Key
Sets the lower and upper pitch limit.
This setting is ignored if multi-sample mode is not set.
Root Key
Sets the waveform's base pitch.
Once, with automatic detection function.
Loop Point / Loop
Loop On / Off the waveform, and sets its loop point.
In the BRR specification, this is limited to 16 sample units.
Sample Rate
Set the sampling rate for when you play the base note.
Once, with automatic detection function.
The note priority setting. At the time of note-on, if you have exceeded the maximum number of pronunciation, the standard priority is low, and the oldest sound is muted.
The priority is set to a voice at the time of note-on.
The priority is set to a voice at note-off.
Waveform Display
The selected waveform, displaying the loop start and termination points.
When On, at the time the WAV or AIFF file is read, a high-frequency emphasis filter is applied.
Using this process compensates for the attenuation of high frequency content by the DSP at the time of playback, allowing the sample to be brought closer to the original waveform quality.
If the waveform is clipped by this process, automatic normalization will be applied.
Loads waveform data to the currently selected waveform number.
You can also load by dragging-and-dropping files.
AddmusicM format (.brr), AIFF (Mac only), and WAV correspond with the SPC.
If you import a stereo file, it will automatically be converted to monaural.
If WAV or AIFF loop point information have been set, it will be reflected in sample playback.
When the loop length is read and a sample length is not a multiple of 16 samples, automatic sample rate conversion is performed, and the waveform is adjusted.
The old version of the program saved proprietary format (.brr) waveform files that are compatible only in read-only mode in the Mac AU version.
Waveform files are read up to a 116,480-sample maximum.
At read time, .brr file (not .smpl file) and .spc sampling rate will be automatically detected.
Save Smpl...
Save the waveform data being displayed in raw .brr format.
When you save, a .smpl file will be created of the same name in the same location
Since the tone color information has been saved, do not move or delete these files.
Exports the displayed waveform or saves the bank to FastTrackerII (XI format).
In the case of a tone that has been set to multi-sample mode, the output includes the whole set of waveforms.
Discard the currently displayed waveform.
Sets echo to On at the time of waveform playback.
When On, only a single note can be played at a time.
Also, when two or more notes are played, key-on playback is not performed (Legato).
When On, the portamento effect is set.
Sets the portamento speed.
Set the waveform's playback volume.
The reversed-phase is set to negative
Sets the playback envelope.
If set to SR = 0 at the time of note-on, at the time of note-off, it will switch to the SR value set here.
Generates a random waveform.

Echo Settings


Sets the characteristics for built-in echo. All ch are common.

Sets the main volume.
When negative, it will invert.
Adjusts the volume of the echo component.
When negative, it will invert.
Delay Time
Sets the delay time.
Sets the feedback amount.
When negative, it will invert.
You might want to set oscillation at too large of a setting.
The filter setting will be applied to the Wet sound.
The input is directly numerical (-128 to 127).
It can be set visually by using the EQ slider.
Copy the echo parameters to the clipboard in XMSNES format.
RAM Simulation
Displays the amount of memory consumed by all of the loaded waveforms and their echoes.
Up to 64kB of memory can be used in actual SNES hardware.
If you exceed the capacity available in the actual hardware, the displayed value will be in red.
If operation is corrupted at the time of display, please reload the plug-in.

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