Awave sampling help file kb2009.pdf

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Converting sound formats to Awave - Version 10.2
Create a Named Folder for your converted Sample on your Desktop
Open Awave converter and go to the Menu Bar – File – open file
Find your sample to convert and ‘open’
Highlight the first sample in the right hand pane
Go back to the Menu Bar - File – “save collection as”
Find your designated korg sample folder and ‘save’ the user bank to
PCG – Korg Triton Bank File – Bank A.E OR Bank B.E. Either will do.
Open your converted sample folder and then open the ‘User Bank’ Folder.
Inside that Folder is the KMP File [Multisample] that you will need to
‘Import’ your converted sample to your PA….
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Import a Range of ksf samples:
You have to create an instrument to be able to save it as a kmp
Load all samples together using the shift key [F3] into the right window
of Awave
Highlight the sample's in turn and go to tools and ‘Create instrument
wizard’, you have to assign single samples to key ranges. It can be done
automatically for you by ticking the box - 'Auto create regions from
waveform root keys'. When you have finished each of the samples, you
will have an option ‘save collection as’... And chose PCG- Korg Triton
Bank file - Bank A.E. OR Bank B.E in the 'save as type' option box...
You will end up with new instrument .kmp and a new instrument folder
with MS00xxxx.ksf files in your designated Folder.
[TIP: You can also highlight all the samples and use the ‘Autocreate
Instrument’ in the Edit Menu if you are happy with the Default settings.]
You will then be able to Import the KMP into your PA......
This will only work in a Registered Version for multiple samples..."
You may only save single samples in the Trial version..,.
Importing your converted Sample to the PA Keyboard - The Basics:
Copy your named sample folders to a usb stick
Press the ‘sound’ mode button
Press the red ‘Record’ button on screen Rim..
Press the screen menu button [upper right pull down button]
Press ‘Import’ – NOT the ‘Load’ option…
Select your sample usb drive and select your sample – open folder
Open until you see the KMP file [the multisample] Press ‘load’
Press screen Menu button again and press ‘exit’ – press ‘yes’
Note: you will not hear any sound on the keyboard at this time
Editing the new Sample:
Top left of screen is a small button that says SND
Select a similar type of ‘sound’ from one of your banks to use as a
‘Template’. Play any key and you will hear the factory sound you just
picked – not your new sample yet.
Press the ‘Menu’ button on the Keyboard [not the screen]
Press ‘Basic’ on the screen
Changes to screen below. Change ‘OSC’ count to 1
The Oscillator Count here
Is set to ‘1’
It may be set to 2, 3, 4
As you can see the
information on this ‘Sound
Basic’ page includes the
Transpose Range – Leave this
set to the full keyboard
Also on the screen is
‘Legato as OSC Trigger’
Leave the settings as they are
‘Voice’ is set to ‘poly’
Leave the ‘Hold’ Box
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