A long sample cropped to less than 1 second seems to get halved in playback.
When editing a sample that was recorded on the Polyend Tracker (recorded on version 1.6), I attempted to crop the 3 second sample down to .6s.
When playing the sample back, it only plays back to .3s, changing the playback method results in the same issue - so on a loop, a cropped sample that should be .6s will only play until .3s then loop. This happens in the sample playback, the track preview, and even the preview in the sample loader.
This issue seems to happen when a sample is cropped to below 1s. When cropping the same sample to 1s or more, it behaves properly and the full sample is played back.
The sample seems to always be cut in half, so a .6s sample stops at .3s, a .8s sample stops at .4, and a .4s sample stops at .2.
This happens with multiple samples.
Record a sample on the polyend tracker longer than 2s
Load the sample into your project
Using the sample editor, crop the sample to a .5s window
Preview the sample in the sample playback, it should only play until .25s of the sample.
Always reproducible with samples recorded on 1.6.
I have not tested pre-loaded samples or samples recorded on 1.7.
Build: unsure, whatever is the latest stable available on the website - I can check this tomorrow.
I will close it as duplicate because of no response from the reporter.
@cky If you experience different issue than described in two reports above, please let us know and we’ll re-open this bug report to analyse if further. Otherwise please follow the two bug reports above to find out when the fix will be ready. Thanks for your understanding.