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UTILITY MODE / WAVE EDIT MODE / 2: Sample
The parameters in the first screen here are used to “map” the samples assigned to
the waveform to specific regions of the keyboard. If more than one sample is as-
signed, start by selecting the sample you want to map via the “SmplNo” parameter,
then use the “OrgKey”, “LoKey”, and “HiKey” parameters to map the specified
The parameters in the second screen allow the volume, pitch, and loop character-
istics of each sample assigned to the waveform to be set individually.
SmplNo (Sample number)
Range: 00 … 63
Selects the sample to be mapped using the parameters described below.
Only numbers of samples that are actually available can be selected.
OrgKey (Original key)
Range: C-2 … G8
This parameter specifies the “original key” to which the pitch of the raw
waveform will be assigned.
If, for example, the raw sample has a pitch of C3, then setting this param-
eter to “C3” will cause the right note to sound when the C3 key is played. If,
however, the same sample is mapped to C4, then playing the C4 key will
produce a pitch of C3 while playing the C3 will produce a pitch of C2.
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