The zip file includes a PDF document, a .n3.X3A file and a group of looped (.wav) audio files that can be loaded to SDRAM
About the provided data: Included with this article is an example of how a User Drum Kit was used to house various audio clips. The audio data was actually re-sampled from internal Pattern data. The internal PATTERN data was itself generated from many of the on-board arpeggio Types (but the source of your audio loops can be anything at all). The key thing to recognize is that you can achieve absolute sonic parity between the original PATTERN data and its Resample – actually you can even improve it. The world of digital sampling on-board the XF opens up lots of possibilities. In terms of the polyphony saved you can start to see the benefit of this type of loop creation. You can resample the Pattern Section in full or in part and make unique combinations of data.
Please follow along with this tutorial to gain a full understanding of how this all works together. Please make a backup ALL data file of your own data before loading the tutorial file! The provided data will overwrite your internal USER information. If you make a backup ALL data file of your data, you can easily return to it after you have completed this tutorial session.
USER DRUM KITs
_ UDR:001(A01) Loop Kit
_ UDR:002(A02) Velocity 3-way C3 - play the note C3 at different velocities to trigger the three different audio clips
_ 01: Cool Funk
Pattern data here generated using on board arpeggio data
_ USER 1:001(A01) Cool Funk & Sax AF1 - C1 through C2 triggers the Sections, solo with right hand saxophone
Find in a folder labeled “XFwav” the following loops:
Learn how to load and use them
Download the LoopKitTutorial.Zip file here:
You will need to read the PDF document to get the most out of the provided materials. Please unzip the download.