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More sample upload woes... can anyone please help?

 
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Dazman



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PostPosted: Sat Nov 15, 2014 1:30 am    Post subject: More sample upload woes... can anyone please help? Reply with quote

Hi all

Does anyone know if there is an online step-by-step guide or document on uploading samples into a Triton Rack?

Has anyone of you who can do this ever made notes of all the steps/traps involved? I'm trying to work my way through Korg's manual (not very helpful) and I'm missing something ...

First I go to Disk mode and select my sample (Wav file) ... all OK so far.
Next I go to Sampling mode and here's where I mess things up... what do I do next? Do I create a Multisample or do I first have to assign the key the sample plays in? How and when do you set the range of the keyboard you want the sample to play on? I'm lost!!!

I realise I cant hear the sample until I create a Multisample and then convert the Multi to a program ... I just can't work out the proper steps to get there.

As you can tell, I've been chasing my tail ... the more I've read, the more confused I am.

Any help to point me in the right direction is hugely appreciated.

Thanks very much.
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