asked Apr 15 '18 at 07:05 by kautzy77 (34)

edited Apr 15 '18 at 07:06

I've recorded a hardware synth at regular intervals and then sliced to multisample and mapped each note to a short range to fill in the scale. Is there any way to change out the original sample and keep the same slicing and mapping? (i've recorded the same scale a number of times with different settings on the synth sound source - i want to do a velocity stack in the multisample with each subsequent recording set at a higher velocity band). I know how to do this manually, but it seems a waste once the work is done once if it could be subbed out. Does anyone know if this is possible? If not, this is a feature request! Thanks,

You might want to try out either Sample Robot or Extreme Sample Converter, or if you happen to use Linux, the free Synthclone. They can do automated sampling with velocity layers, etc. They export to various formats, not BW native, but at least you don't need to do all that work by hand.


answered May 06 '18 at 23:55 by Taika-Kim (126)

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