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Tempo Change causing Sample audio to "click"

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Kontakt 6 MIDI Piano + Tempo ramp from 200 BPM to 0 BPM

The issue is once the tempo slows down the Piano audio is making a clicking sound. Might there be a better way to make a song slow down without the sampler audio stuttering?
It might work better bouncing all the MIDI Piano audio without the tempo change, then tempo changing the WAV audio.

 

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Tempo change ought not affect a sample. Could be a tempo-based effect, either part of the instrument definition or on  the audio path.

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I agree I don't think the tempo should make a difference, no effects just a MIDI piano and a the temp ramp slowing down the end of the song.

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Where to find instrument definition for MIDI piano, I mean is it a setting inside Cbb, or Kontakt?
It's the Kontakt 6 Library: August Foerster Grand

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I often find this noise when using a delay anywhere in the signal path of an instrument, but only if I make tempo changes. Makes sense that in a continuous tempo change the delay loses the reference point of how to behave.

One solution I found is to set the delay to a fixed ratio (in ms), and not to a bpm tempo. May be you can check your delay, inside or outside your instrument?

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In Kontakt. Do they let you edit or view the instrument definition?

But then what can  you do about it? Can you do a single tempo change just before that note is played? Or just after it stops?

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It's a bit over my head, I'm reading up on K6 Instrument Definitions, but it's way more than I really want to dive into. I will report back on the:
Record (or Bounce the MIDI audio)
Then Tempo change the actual Audio, not reliant on samples in real time. ~ Thanks for the help!

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