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KORG TR Parameter Manual: Media Mode Information; Chunks That Are Supported

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Media mode information

Chunks that are supported
When loading
AIFF files
When data is loaded into the TR, the following four chunks
are referenced: Common chunk, Sound Data chunk, Marker
chunk, and Instrument chunk. Other chunks are ignored.
Restrictions on the parameters in each chunk are described
below.
Common chunk
Only one (mono) or two (stereo) channels are supported.
Sample sizes of 1–16 bits are supported. If the sample data is
8 bits or less, it will be loaded as 16 bit data with the lower 8
bits always at 0.
Sound Data chunk
Offset and block size are ignored. (Block-Aligning Sound
Data is not supported.)
Marker chunk
Up to eight markers are supported. The ninth and subse-
quent markers will be ignored.
Instrument chunk
If the loop play mode is ForwardBackwardLooping, this will
be handled as ForwardLooping.
In addition, baseNote, detune, lowNote, highNote, lowVe-
locity, highVelocity, gain, and releaseLoop will be ignored.
WAVE files
When loading, the TR references the Format Chunk, Sample
Chunk, and Wave Data. Limitations are discussed below.
Format chunk
Standard PCM format is the only format category that is
supported.
Only one (mono) or two (stereo) channels are supported.
Sample sizes of 1–16 bits are supported. If the sample data is
8 bits or less, it will be loaded as 16 bit data with the lower 8
bits always at 0.
Sample Chunk
Only the loop data is referenced. If there is multiple loop
data, the loop with the greatest number of loop playback
times (Play Count) will be used. Even if the Type is Alternat-
ing or Backward, it will be handled as Forward Loop.
Wave data
The Wave List chunk is not supported.
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When exporting
AIFF files
When exporting, the TR will use the Common Chunk,
Sound Data Chunk, Marker Chunk, and Instrument Chunk.
Limitations on the parameters within each chunk are dis-
cussed below.
Common Chunk
The number of channels is fixed at 1 (mono).
The sample size is fixed at 16 bits.
Marker Chunk
Two markers are used as Loop Start Address and End
Address respectively.
Instrument Chunk
The loop play mode is fixed at Forward Looping.
Zone data of the multisamples will not be exported.
WAVE files
When exporting, the TR will use the Format Chunk, Sample
Chunk, and Wave Data. Restrictions are given below.
Format Chunk
The format category is fixed at standard PCM format.
The number of channels is fixed at 1 (mono).
The sample size is fixed at 16 bits.
Sample Chunk
The Type is fixed at Forward Loop.
Zone data of the multisamples will not be exported.

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