Re: Key Mapping
Posted by Chris on September 24, 1998 at 17:24:00:
In Reply to: Key Mapping posted by Tim Butterworth on September 23, 1998 at 22:16:20:
1. Go to http://hem.passagen.se/fmj/fmjsoft.html
2. Download Awave v4.9
3. After downloading, open the program.
4. Drag from explorer into Awave OR open the file that you want (this program can open almost every type of sound data)
5. You will see two windows in the program. On the left the multisample programming work and on the right the samples that it use.
6. After you open the file you want(lets say a *.krz) select the little keyboard icon on the left window of the program and then select "save instrument as..." and select "Sample Cell / II PC instrument".
7. After this you will have a multisample that the Sound Bridge can understand.
8. Then you can open Sound Bridge and import this multisample for compiling into a Flash Ram card.
9. If you don't know i must tell you that you need 70min to compile 8MB in you card with midi in/out. If you get the serial driver and the serial cable you need the half, about 30min.
10. After understanding how to compile samples you will find thousands free in web but i found a good site with good samples, better than "krz". And this because the free "krz" samples are in 22.050 Hz and sometimes sounds poor.
11. The site is http://www.kiarchive.ru/pub/misc/sounds/samples/ft2 and it is hi speed with samples at 44.100Hz.
12.About Awave:I found it better to register it because it is very usefull for our work and it was very annoying to see all the time the prohibitive signals.
If you need anything write to me.