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Korg pa 900 User Manual: Creating New Drum Kits From The Samples; Creating New Sounds From An Audio Groove

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Sampling mode
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Creating new Drum Kits from the Samples

Creating new Drum Kits from the Samples
Here is how to create a new Drum Kits from new Samples.
Create new Samples with the procedures described in the
1.
following pages.
2.
Select the Write command from the page menu to save the
Sample in edit. The Write Sample dialog box will appear
(see "Write Sample dialog box" on page 243). Assign a
name to the new Sample, and confirm saving.
After saving, you can load other files to create additional
3.
Samples.
4.
When you have created and saved all the needed Samples,
press RECORD to exit the Sampling mode and return to
the Sound mode.
Select a Drum Kit similar to the one you want to create.
5.
Press MENU and go to the "DrumKit: Sample Setup
6.
(Drum Kits)" page (see page 210). Select a key and a layer,
then select the RAM bank of Samples. Finally, select the
new Samples.
7.
Select the Write Sound command from the page menu, and
save the Drum Kit to an empty User DK location.
If you want so, assign the new Drum Kit to a track, then
8.
select the "Write Performance", "Write Current Style Set-
tings" or "Write STS" command from the page menu, to
save the Drum Kit to a Performance, Style Settings or STS.
Hint: Drum Kits are better suited for the Drum or Percussion
track. Assign them to the Style Settings.
Creating new Sounds from an Audio
Groove
Creating an Audio Groove
After loading an Audio Groove, you must "slice" it to create a series
of separate percussive Samples, a Multisample and a MIDI Groove.
1.
Go to the Time Slice page. After creating a series of slices,
use the Extend function to refine your groove.
Select the Write command from the page menu, to save the
2.
sliced Samples, a Multisample, a Sound and the MIDI
Groove. Choose one of the User Sound locations. The
Sound, Multisample, MIDI Groove and sliced Samples are
saved to the internal memory.
Press RECORD to exit the Sampling mode and return to
3.
the Sound mode.
Assigning an Audio Grooves to a Sound
You can use the new Multisample and sliced Samples generated
from the Audio Groove in a new User Sound.
To access the new Multisample for use in a Sound, go to the
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Sound mode.
Select an ordinary Sound. Press MENU and go to the
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"Basic: OSC Basic" page (see page 206). Select one of the
available layers, then select the RAM bank of Multisamples.
Finally, select the new Multisample.
3.
Select the Write Sound command from the page menu, and
save the Sound to an empty User location.
Assigning the Audio Groove to Styles or Pads
Sounds based on the Audio Groove can be used in Styles or
Pads.
1.
Assign the new Sound to a Style track (preferably, the
Drum or Percussion track) or to a Pad track, then select the
"Save Current Style Perf. " or "Write Pad" command from
the page menu, to save the Style Settings or the Pad.
Use the "Import: Import Groove" function in the Style/Pad
2.
Record mode (see page 157) to import the generated MIDI
Groove to the Style track you assigned the new Sound to.
By playing this MIDI Groove with the new Sound, you'll be
able to play the original audio groove on the keyboard.
Warning: Generated MIDI Grooves will be deleted when
turning the instrument off. Import them to a Style track
before turning the instrument off.

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