But how do you FIND the frickin' 'samples'?
For example, I want to replace a sample for 'Open Hi Hat'. The current sample is 'HalfOpenHiHat.wav'. Fine. That implies that there are other samples like that -somewhere-.
So... WHERE ARE THEY? When you go to File Open, it offers to load 'gak' files and 'vstpreset' files.
So again... WHERE THE FRICK ARE THEY?
Are they somehow 'packaged' so you can't pick out individual samples from each kit?
PS: This may be the reason I almost -never- use Steinberg 'content'. It's always 'somewhere else'. I try to meticulously load ALL my sample libs in the same place so I know where to look, but for some reason, -everything- with SB just wants to go where -it- wants to go. There should be an unspoken agreement amongst all content providers to put the content in ONE place where the user wants it.
1. By select a different sample on the edit page. You can't have a embedded loading window and you have to looking for your sample exploring the folders... It's a shame, indeed...
Other way is by mediabay: take the sample and drag&drop from the arrange window to your desired pad.
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