asked Sep 28 '14 at 10:18 by Pspiralife (71)

What does the functions FG, ST do in the sampler?

fg = Fingered glide St = Single trigger.

its glide function. FG works like if youplay one note and then add another it will slide from that note to the note you played, however it will not stop playing the not youre playing. Soo when you play c and then add g, it will add a extra note that slides from c to g but it will still play c. If you want to slide with a trigger from another note but that it switch to that note use "mono". Which means that you can only play one note at the time soo if you play one note and want to slide to next press FG and Mono active.

St is when you play one note without the trigger of another and you switch note it will slide.

The ms below tells how fast it will slide from one note to another.

Cheers. If i explained bad just ask again in i try better


answered Sep 28 '14 at 13:23 by ronnyrydgren (1.2k)

Thanks very much :D Have a good day.


answered Sep 28 '14 at 14:30 by Pspiralife (71)

NIce! Would be nice getting vote and marked as correct anwser :) Thanks

  — (Sep 29 '14 at 20:52) ronnyrydgren

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