asked Mar 23 '15 at 22:31 by Timestretcher (11)

After you create your multisample device, drag sample containing device (not track) to the browser. You will get a window with the necessary option to save samples into the patchfile.

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answered Mar 24 '15 at 14:17 by JBlongz (65)

For some reason, the question I typed in didn't show up, only the subject, but somebody else posted exactly what I was talking about, which is, why when I save them, do they not show up under the multisample tab as a multisample, I could see that they got saved if I would go to the folder, but they would not show up in the browser as a multisample.

  — (Mar 27 '15 at 06:50) Timestretcher

You have to change the suffix .multisample.tmp to just .multisample then it works. Its a bug and I wrote the support about it. Also you don't need to drag the device for saving the multisamples intead just click on the folder icon in the top left of the opened multisample editor window to get to the saving dialog.

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answered Mar 27 '15 at 19:15 by Ulrich (575)

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