Korg microSAMPLER Owner's Manual: Sampling Using Loop, One Shot, Or Gate; Sampling Using Auto Next

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5. Sampling using Loop, One Shot, or Gate

1.
Use the [SAMPLING TYPE] switch to select "LOOP," "ONE SHOT," or
"GATE."
2.
Use the [INPUT SELECT] button to select the sampling source. (☞p.17
"What is the "sampling source"?")
3.
Press the [SAMPLING] button.
The [SAMPLING] button will blink green, and you'll be in sampling-
setup mode.
4.
Set the sampling parameters. (☞p.23 "4. Setting the sampling parame-
ters")
If you set the BPM (☞p.22) to specify the tempo of the sampling source
before you sample, you'll be able to specify the sampling time as a note
length, or you can play back in synchronization with the tempo (BPM
SYNC).
5.
Press the key to which you want to assign the sample data.
The corresponding key LED will blink.
6.
Press the [SAMPLING] button to make it blink green.
Sampling will begin as you specified by the TRIGGER setting, and the
[SAMPLING] button will light-up red.
If the TRIGGER setting is "NOTE ON" or "THRE 01...10," the [SAMPLING]
button will blink orange (sampling-standby mode). At this time, sam-
pling will begin according to the respective TRIGGER setting. When sam-
pling begins, the [SAMPLING] button will light red.
7.
When the duration you specified for SAMPLING TIME has elapsed,
sampling will stop automatically.
If desired, you can press the [SAMPLING] button or [EXIT] button to
stop sampling before the specified SAMPLING TIME has elapsed.
6. Sampling using Auto Next
Sample parameter values automatically set when using "AUTO NEXT"
Sample parameter
PLAY.TYPE (☞p.28)
DECAY (☞p.29)
RELEASE (☞p.29)
Automatically-set value
LOOP OFF
127
127
1.
Use the [SAMPLING TYPE] switch to select "AUTO NEXT."
2.
Use the [INPUT SELECT] button to select "AUDIO IN."
3.
Press the [SAMPLING] button.
The [SAMPLING] button will blink green, and you'll be in sampling-
setup mode.
4.
Set the sampling parameter TRIGGER, and other sampling parameters
as necessary. (☞p.23 "4. Setting the sampling parameters")
5.
Press the key to which you want to assign the sample data.
Its key LED will blink. The sample you capture will be assigned to this
key.
Selecting multiple keys
"AUTO NEXT" allows you to select multiple keys to which the sample
data will be assigned.
Press each key to which you want to assign sample data. If you press one
of the selected keys once again, its key LED will go dark, and it will be
removed from the group of keys to which a sample will be assigned.
6.
When you've finished setting the sampling parameters, press the [SAM-
PLING] button. The [SAMPLING] button will blink orange, and the mic-
roSAMPLER will wait for audio signal input. When the input exceeds
the TRIGGER (☞p.24) THRESHOLD setting, sampling will begin.
Selecting multiple keys
If you've set the microKORG to sample on multiple keys, sampling will
begin with the left-most of the selected keys. When the specified TIME
(☞p.24 "TIME (Sampling Time)") has elapsed, sampling on the first key
will end, and the next key will be armed for sampling. Once the input
again exceeds the TRIGGER (☞p.24) THRESHOLD, sampling will begin
on the next key you had selected for sampling.
When sampling has been completed all the way to the right-most of the
keys selected for sampling, sampling will continue from the left-most of
the keys selected for sampling.
7.
When you want to stop sampling, press the [SAMPLING] button or the
[EXIT] button.
Sampling will end, and the [SAMPLING] button will go dark.
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