Exploring single zone sample instruments


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Exploring single zone sample instruments

When you first open up EXS24, it opens up with no sampler instrument loaded. However, if you play the keyboard you actually do hear sound. (music playing) It just has a sine wave. If I want to actually load in a sampler instrument, what I can do is click on this Sampler Instrument menu right here and that brings up my whole library of the EXS24 instruments. So here are some of the factory ones that just come with Logic. So I am going to select EXS Strings 2. So it loads in all settings in this parameter window, and I can play on the keyboard. (music playing) There we go. Sounds like strings. (music playing) So if I want to navigate through other EXS instruments, what I can do is just press this plus and minus button to the next or go to the previous one.

So what if we want to make our instrument, just a simple one-zone instrument? What I can do is actually just set this back to No Instrument so there is no sampler instrument loaded, and then I want to reset the settings in our Parameter wind...

Exploring single zone sample instruments
Video duration: 4m 29s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Exploring single zone sample instruments provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Brian Trifon as part of the Virtual Instruments in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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