Power: The volume will change non-linearly. Sometimes
a setting of Linear will produce the impression that the
volume has dropped in the middle of the curve. In such
cases, use Power.
5 In "Save to No.," specify the save destination sample
number. By default, an unused sample number will be
selected. If "Overwrite" is checked, this cannot be set.
In the case of a stereo sample, the display will
indicate "Save to No.(L)" and "Save to No.(R)." Specify
the save destination sample numbers for the L channel
and R channel respectively.
If you wish to delete the original sample data and over-
write it with the edited sample data, check "Overwrite".
Normally, you will leave "Save to No." at its default set-
ting, and execute without checking "Overwrite."
: About "Overwrite"")
6 To execute Crossfade Loop, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To
cancel without executing, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
SMPL 4.1: Multisample
Here you can make settings for multisamples. You can create
indexes for a multisample, and then assign a sample to each
index. (These basic settings can also be performed in 1.1:
Recording page.) In addition, you can delete, copy, or insert
an index, and perform detailed editing such as adjusting the
level and pitch of the sample for each index.
4.1–1a: MS, Index, Keyboard & Index
MS (Multisample Select)
Selects the multisample that you wish to edit ( ☞ 1.1–1a).
[xxx (001...128)/yyy (001...128)]
Select s the index that you wish to edit ( ☞ 1.1–1a).
To select an index, hold down the [ENTER] key and play a
note on the keyboard. The index that includes the note you
played will be selected. The speciﬁed key will be the base
key, and will be displayed in gray in "Keyboard & Index."
Keyboard & Index
( ☞ 1.1–1a)
4.1–1b: SMPL, Orig.K, TopK
SMPL (Sample Select)
[----: ---No Assign----, 0000...3999]
This shows the number and name of the sample that is
assigned to the selected index. You can also select a sample
here ( ☞ 1.1–1b).
Orig.K (Original Key)
Speciﬁes the original key of the sample ( ☞ 1.1–1b).
TopK (Top Key)
Speciﬁes the highest key in the zone of the index. The zone
is deﬁned by this "Top Key" ( ☞ 1.1–1b).
■ 4.1–1c: INSERT, CUT, COPY, CREATE
This creates an index. When you press the [F3] ("INSERT"
key, a new index will be created according to the "Pstn (Posi-
tion)" setting (1.1–3b, 4.1–3a). At this time, the contents of
the index that was cut or copied by "CUT" or "COPY" (i.e.,
the "Zone Range," "Orig.K Position," "Level" and "Pitch")
will be assigned at the same time. (The sample will automat-
ically be copied or assigned to a different number.)
If it is not possible to create a new index when you exe-
cute "CREATE" or "INSERT," a dialog box will appear.
If this occurs, refer to "CREATE" (1.1–1c).