André Michelle

Import Your Flash-Tracks!

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Import Your Flash-Tracks!

You can now convert your flash-tracks to Next!

How does it work?

Open the app and click Open project. Your flash-tracks will now be listed and can be opened as a local project.

Make sure to preview the imported version of your flash-track. If you encounter any issues please report it immediately and do not save the project! Once you save your imported project, there is no way to get it back to the flash-app! In theory any flash-track should sound the same in Next but there are some changes to the audio-engine that might lead to a different outcome.

The biggest change has been Logarithmic Volume/Gains

Flash templates are not yet available for import.

Reports go here: Flash Migration

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    Vulkron 3 weeks ago

    godamn... i have too many flash drafts

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    decembrr about 3 months ago

    when you mean by - "Flash-App" do you mean - (link is only visible to registered users) - and we can now opened the files that were implemented there to next.audiotool.com ?

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      ne.time about 3 months ago

      yes, when starting next, go to the "Open project" tab, and search for your track by name, you'll be able to import projects that were created in the original flash based app, even published tracks.

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      decembrr about 3 months ago

      next.audiotool.com

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    Recompense about 4 months ago

    ok i can't figure it out at all. can someone walk me through how to import a flash draft into next?

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      Greenguy about 4 months ago

      i wonder if there was ever an alpha verson of next, before beta

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      Apollo about 4 months ago

      Oof, I just read this topic.

      @André Michelle if you can take this into consideration for backwards compatibility...

      One thing that the Flash App and Next can have in common in regards to Logarithmic Volume/Gains are their respective percentage values.

      If you can convert projects using this rather than their literal values, that might be more practical...

      (e.g. on the Heisenberg, 50% volume is -18dB in Next whereas in Flash its -6.021dB, however each of these is exactly 50%)

      (covered in Percentage Overrides )

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        Apollo about 4 months ago

        @André Michelle Which parameter on the centroid are you talking about?

        I never remember there being a 50% value being -10.xdB

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        André Michelle about 4 months ago

        "One thing that the Flash App and Next can have in common in regards to Logarithmic Volume/Gains are their respective percentage values."

        That is not true. Look for instance at the Centroid's 50% position. It is now at 0db and has been at 10 point something in Flash.

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        Greenguy about 4 months ago

        ight i understand now, and agree with you

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