asked Mar 14 '17 at 01:29 by Ear (11)

When I slice to multisample it only creates a single note event (actually the sample contains multiple notes). I can play my Ahhhhh, but no matter what note I press on my keyboard it is always the exact same sample (no change in pitch respective to the note I am playing) For example, if I play the Ahhhh up a fifth from the sample root, I still get the root sample, not the whole sample a fifth higher. Hopefully this make sense. I assume that it is possible, but I can't see how I would do this.

Hello, in the Sampler there's a keyboard icon to the left above the waveform. Click it to activate pitch tracking.
Handy tip: next to the key tracking icon you'll see the base note, click and drag to adjust.


answered Mar 14 '17 at 13:29 by fredrik (186)

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Asked: Mar 14 '17 at 01:29

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