KORG TR Parameter Manual Page 156

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1 To load the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without loading, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
The data will be loaded into the numbers that follow the
last sample number currently existing in sample data
RAM (i.e., that were previously sampled or loaded)
(Append load).
Files with an extension of other than .AIF/.WAV cannot
be recognized as AIFF/WAVE files. In this case, use the
Utility "Rename" (1.1–3a) to change the last four char-
acters of the filename to ".AIF"/".WAV"
If the data that is loaded as a sample contains a loop
point, you can set "S.Ofs(Start Offset)" (PROG 2.1–2b,
GLOBAL 5.1–1b) on the TR so that the sound will begin
from the loop point.
If data whose sample size is 8 bits or less is loaded, it
will be converted into 16 bit data inside the TR. This
will mean that the amount of internal memory con-
sumed will be approximately twice as large as the file
size. The increase in size resulting from this conversion
may mean that it is impossible to save that data on a
media.
Loading AKAI S1000/S3000 format Sample files and
Program files
If sample data RAM is installed in the TR, AKAI S1000/
S3000 format Sample files and Program files can be loaded
(☞p.150 "About AKAI Program files" for more information
about compatibility). The loaded Sample or Program file
data can be used as a sample or multisample respectively.
When the loaded data is then saved to storage media, it will
be saved as a Korg format .KSF file or .KMP file respectively.
AKAI S1000/S3000 format stereo Sample files and Program
files whose names end in "-L" and "-R" can be loaded into
the TR as stereo samples and multisamples.
When the above files are loaded, "-L" and "-R" will auto-
matically be moved to the end of the sample name or multi-
sample name (15th and 16th character) so that they can
automatically be recognized as stereo samples or multisam-
ples.
27) Load AKAI Sample File:
The selected Sample will be loaded as a sample.
1 To load the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without loading, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
The data will be loaded into the numbers that follow the
last sample number currently existing in sample data
RAM (i.e., that were previously sampled or loaded)
(Append load). If the loaded data is then saved to storage
media, it will be saved as a Korg format .KSF file. (possi-
ble to export as a .AIF, .WAV format ☞p.154 "Export
Smpl AIF/WAV")
If the data that is loaded as a sample contains a loop
point, you can set "S.Ofs(Start Offset)" (PROG 2.1–2b,
GLOBAL 5.1–1b) on the TR so that the sound will begin
from the loop point.
If the end (11th and 12th characters) of the sample name
is "-L" and "-R," the "-L" and "-R" will automatically
be moved to the end of the TR's sample name (15th and
16th characters).
When you load two files whose sample names are iden-
tical except for ending in "-L" and "-R," and assign
them to a stereo multisample in Sampling mode, they
will be recognized as a stereo sample.
Sample files
Parameter
Loop points Multiple settings possible
Loop length Settable with resolution
28) Load AKAI Program File:
The selected Program file will be loaded as a multisample.
When the loaded data is saved to storage media, a Program
file will be saved as a .KMP file, and a Sample file will be
saved as a .KSF file.
1 To load the data, press the [F8] ("OK") key. To cancel
without loading, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
The data will be loaded into the numbers that follow the
last multisample or sample number currently existing in
sample data RAM (i.e., that were previously sampled or
loaded). In this case, only the valid program files and
samples files will be loaded (Append load).
If the Sample files used by the Program file are not in the
current directory or below it, a dialog box will appear,
allowing you to specify the directory. Use the procedure
"If the file to load cannot be found,..." (☞p.143) to load
the required Sample files.
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AKAI S1000/S3000
format
of less than one sample
You can load multiple files within the directory.
(☞p.147)
Since overflow checking of sample data RAM is per-
formed when loading each individual Sample file, it is
possible that an overflow may occur in the middle of
the loading process.
If a loaded multisample is assigned samples whose
sample names end in "-L" and "-R," an "-L" and "-R"
will automatically be added to the end (15th and 16th
characters) of the multisample name.
When you load two multisamples whose multisample
names are identical except for ending in "-L" and "-R,"
they will be recognized in Sampling mode as a stereo
multisample.
You can load multiple files within the directory.
(☞p.147)
TR format after loading
Of the multiple loop points,
the settings for the first
HOLD loop are used.
If there is no HOLD loop,
use the longest loop
Resolution of less than one
sample is ignored
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