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SCHWEATS
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 20, 2018 7:51 am    Post subject: Saving to new directory Reply with quote

I have created numerous new Seq files and saved to their own directory.
How does one take those files and place them in one folder ?

I'm a Mac user and have no knowledge of DOS format

Thank you in Advance

Schweats
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Mike Conway
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 10:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Are you talking about with the OASYS' hard drive (as opposed to a computer)? When I move files around, I use UTILITY mode, check the MULTI-SELECT checkbox, then COPY/PASTE to where I want.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 24, 2018 7:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll need to research your query. I won't be at my OASYS, for a little while. I see your PM. I'll respond when I have more time.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 25, 2018 7:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I hope you don't mind me posting here, as my in box is about full.

SCHWEATS wrote:

I took all the Factory preset drum patterns and created a song file for each category e.g. one song file for all 'Pop & Ballad', 1 file for all 'Rock' etc. etc.
and each to it's own song file to the Oasys internal disk. (FYI : These are listed on p.978 of the big Parameter Guide manual)


Okay, the patterns are in internal memory. Did you record the pattern to a MIDI track, so you could save it? I'm not sure what steps you took to make a song file or what is in the song file.


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Lastly , have you successfully captured a Karma generated phrase to a pattern (in Seq mode) assigned a note to trig that pattern and then recorded each event into a track where you'd like that phrase to be triggered ?


Yes, I just tried it. Each pattern can trigger one MIDI channel (unlike Roland Phrase tracks that can put a whole song section on a one note trigger). So, if KARMA is playing 4 channels, you will need 4 patterns; one for each channel.

For the sake of simplicity, let's talk about a single KARMA pattern, like a bass line. You record the KARMA bass line to track 1. Let's say it is 3 measures long.

*Select Pattern/RPPR and pick a User pattern.

*Select EDIT PATTERN

*From the drop-down menu, select PATTERN PARAMETER. Here you will make the pattern 3 measures long. It can be up to 99 measures.

*From the drop-down menu, select GET FROM MIDI TRACK. Select the correct song and track.

*Select RPPR SETUP and assign that pattern to a note.


If your RPPR box is checked, on the main Song page, you can now record a track. Every time you press the trigger key, those pattern notes will be recorded.
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