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Delete SMPL (Delete Sample)
This command deletes the currently selected sample, or
samples that are not mapped to (i.e., used by) any multisam-
ple or drum kit, or all samples.
1 Select "Delete SMPL" to open the following dialog box.
2 Use the [INC], [DEC] keys or the [VALUE] dial to select
the sample(s) that you wish to delete.
Selected: The currently selected sample will be deleted.
The sample assignment for "Index" (1.1–1a) will change
to ---No Assign---.
Unmapped Samples: Delete all samples that are not
mapped to (used by) any multisample or drum kit.
All Samples: All samples in memory will be deleted.
The sample assignments of all multisamples will change
to ---No Assign---.
3 To execute the Delete Sample command, press the [F8]
("OK") key. To cancel, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
If the sample data (waveform data) of the sample you
delete is being used by another sample, the sample data
itself will not be deleted. Only the sample will be
deleted.
Copy SMPL (Copy Sample)
This command copies the currently selected sample to
another sample.
The sample number of the copy destination will auto-
matically be added to the sample name. If necessary,
use "Rename SMPL" (1.1–3f) to rename it. At this time,
be careful that the name is not identical to any other
sample. (The sample name is used to distinguish stereo
samples.
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1 Use "SMPL" (1.1–1b) to select the copy source sample.
2 Select "Copy SMPL" to open the following dialog box.
3 Use "To: Sample No." to specify the copy destination
sample number.
When copying a stereo sample, specify both the L
and R channels for the copy destination sample number.
4 If you check "with Sample Data": Executing the copy
will simultaneously copy the sample data (waveform
data) as well. The copy source and copy destination sam-
ples will exist as completely independent samples. For
example, you would use this when you wish to start with
the same sample data, and edit it separately in 2.1: Sam-
ple Edit to create two or more different types of sample.
If you do not check "With Sample Data": Executing the
copy will not copy the sample data (waveform data). The
newly created sample will share the sample data of the
copy source sample. For example, you would use this
when you wish to use 3.1: Loop Edit to create two or
more versions of the same sample data with different
loop addresses. Sample memory area will not be con-
sumed by this type of copy. If you use 2.1: Sample Edit to
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edit the sample data, the results will affect all samples
that share this sample data.
0000: NewSample_0000
"Copy SMPL"
with Sample Data
0001: NewSample_0001
0000: NewSample_0000
"Copy SMPL"
0001: NewSample_0001
5 To execute the Copy Sample command, press the [F8]
("OK") key. To cancel, press the [F7] ("Cancel") key.
Move SMPL (Move Sample)
This command lets you move the currently selected sample
to the specified number (i.e., to change the sample number),
or to rearrange the sample numbers so that they start from
0000 after samples have become discontinuous as a result of
creating or editing. ( Following illustration)
When you reassign the sample numbers, the sample num-
bers within the multisamples and drum kits that use these
sample will also be automatically reassigned. (This means
that the samples of the multisamples and drum kits need not
be reassigned following this operation.)
1 Use "SMPL" (1.1–1b) to select the copy source sample.
2 Select "Move SMPL" to open the following dialog box.
3 Use "To" to specify the move destination sample number.
When moving a stereo sample, you must move
the samples individually.
If you wish to reassign (pack) all sample numbers start-
ing at 0000, check "Optimize Empty Sample No."
4 If "Adjust Sample Assign in Drum Kit" is checked, and
if the samples being moved are mapped to (used by) a
drum kit, those sample numbers will also be automati-
cally modified. Normally you will leave this checked.
Samples mapped to (used by) multisamples will be auto-
matically changed to the new sample numbers regardless
of this setting.
5 To execute the Move Sample operation, press the [F8]
("OK") key. To cancel without executing, press the [F7]
("Cancel") key.
Sample Memory
Sample Data
Sample Data
Sample Memory
Sample Data

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