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Korg microSampler pattern recording question

 
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 27, 2016 4:07 pm    Post subject: Korg microSampler pattern recording question Reply with quote

Hello all,

I got a Korg microSampler to check out.

I've been recording a new pattern using bass, snare, bass drum and hi-hat samples.

To be able to play a melodic bass line and not only a static key using the bass sample I've got to choose the sample number with the bass sound in KB.MD.SMPL (Keyboard Mode Sample No.) via -> [EDIT] button -> “PTRN SEQ” -> KB.MD.SMPL and switch to "Keyboard" mode.

Now I want to record another melodic idea in the same pattern with another sound that needs keyboard mode - for ex. some piano, clavinet etc.

How can I do that? I've saved the bass, snare, bass drum, hi-hat pattern, but now if I change the KB.MD.SMPL (Keyboard Mode Sample No.) to a piano sound I'm loosing the bass.

Am I really restricted to record/define only one single sound per pattern in Keyboard mode?
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 27, 2016 11:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Resample your bass line, turning it into a sample that you play with one key in sample mode.

Now keyboard mode is free to record a new melody.
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