Korg microSAMPLER Owner's Manual: Sample Parameters

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2. Sample parameters

SMPL.NAME (Sample Name)
This lets you name the sample. Use the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1]
knob to move the cursor to the character that you want to change, and use
the [VALUE/FX CONTROL 2] knob to change the character.
PLAY.TYPE ..................................................................[LOOP OFF, LOOP ON]
This specifies whether playback will repeat after the sample has played to its
end point.
You can also use the [LOOP] button to change this setting.
When playing back samples that have been recorded in [ONE SHOT] sample
type and [PLAY.TYPE] is set to [LOOP OFF], the sample will play to the end
once triggered regardless of whether the key is held or released. When
[PLAY.TYPE] is set to [LOOP ON], the sample will continue looping until the
key is released. When you release the key, playback of the sample will stop
immediately.
LOOP OFF
The sample will play to its end point, and stop (one-shot playback).
LOOP ON
After the sample has played to its end point, playback will continue
from the start point.
BPM SYNC ........................................... [SYNC OFF, TIME.STRC, PITCH.CHG]
This lets you play the sample at the current bank tempo, rather than at the
tempo at the time the sample was recorded (Original BPM).
SYNC OFF
The sample will not synchronize to the tempo.
TIME.STRC (Time Stretch)
Choose this if you want the sample playback length to match the current
bank tempo without changing the sample's pitch.
Selecting "TIME.STRC" will limit the number of notes that can be played
simultaneously.
PITCH.CHG (Pitch Change)
Choose this if you want the sample playback length to match the current
bank tempo by changing the sample's pitch.
In Keyboard mode, all keys will be fixed at the pitch of the sample
assigned to the C4 key, so this parameter will have no effect.
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REVERSE ......................................................................................... [OFF, ON]
If this is on, the sample will play backward. You can change this during
playback.
You can also use the [REVERSE] button to change this setting.
OFF
The sample will play in the normal direction.
ON
The sample will play backward.
ST POINT (Start Point)
This adjusts the sample's playback start point.
On the microSAMPLER, you can adjust the start point in terms of a percent-
age (%), a number of beats, or a numerical value.
As a percentage ........................................................................ [000...100%]
You can specify the sample playback start point as a percentage of the
overall length. For example if you specify "050%", playback will start at
the mid-point of the sample, as shown below.
As a number of beats .......................................................... [000...568 BEAT]
You can specify the sample playback start point as a number of beats.
■ If you're using a sample that's 8 beats at BPM = 120
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Sample
As a numerical value
You can specify the sample playback start point as a numerical value.
The value can be adjusted in groups of three digits.
Use the [PARAMETER/FX CONTROL 1] knob to select the three-digit
group that you want to adjust. The selected three digits are indicated by
50%
Sample
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8 BEAT

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