Extract Samples

Discussion in 'Synths / Samplers & VSTi' started by Norman Fernandez, Aug 1, 2019.

  1. Norman Fernandez

    Norman Fernandez Active Member

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    I wanted to get the Samples from Kontakt Instruments,
    For individual notes to use in my Keyboard,

    So far I had to do it Manually which is Painful :(
     
  2. pcrecord

    pcrecord Quality recording seeker ! Distinguished Member

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    ?? usually Komplete instruments work will need a player. The ones offered by the same company is those
    https://www.native-instruments.com/...takt-6-player/kontakt-6-player-vs.-kontakt-6/

    You need to load the player in stand alone mode or in vst version into your daw.. then you redirect the midi data from your controler to the player or track it's loaded on.
    That way everything you play on the controler will be redirected to Kontakt and let you play note by notes..
    They are usually stacked samples, if you change the velocity it will call a different sample
     
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  3. Norman Fernandez

    Norman Fernandez Active Member

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    I'm trying to take Native Instruments Librarys and Use it on my Keyboard,
     
  4. Makzimia

    Makzimia The Minstrel Well-Known Member

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    Hi Norman,

    Welcome to the forum.

    I see you have an inexpensive home keyboard. Are you wanting to take the sounds somewhere with you, or play them from your keyboard, away from a computer?. If the former you just hook your keyboard up via midi cable or usb cable. Either of those will give you midi. You then load the kontakt app supplied with your copy of native instruments. You load a sound into kontakt choose the correct midi channel, which it will default to channel 1 and increment upwards if you add more sounds up to channel 16.


    If the latter you are out of luck and as stated they are multiple samples. And unless Yamaha added a sample playback built into that PSR would be useless to you. I suspect however what you need is my first information :).

    Cheers,

    Tony
     
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  5. pcrecord

    pcrecord Quality recording seeker ! Distinguished Member

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    What do you mean? Your keyboard is a sampler and you want to transfer the files to it and play without a computer ??
    I don't think it can be done other than manually unless the keyboad maker has a import tool. Doing this manually would be a tedious work. for exemples a piano sound can have 22 samples for 1 note..
    You are better off using a computer.

    Of course there is vsti players that are made to load VSTi files directly like you would with a computer.. but if you look closely, they end up being computers anyway, but in a rackmount format.
    https://www.museresearch.com/products/receptorVIPPix.php
     
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  6. Norman Fernandez

    Norman Fernandez Active Member

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    Yamaha has a Expansion Creator (Expansion Manager)

    I can take Samples of each Note
    Wave 44.1 Khz 16 Bit.


    Taking from Kontakt,
    I would have to use my DAW or Something Like Audacity.

    I completely understand that each note can have 22 Samples Each.

    And yes I want to use it on the Go.
    Thanks again!
    Regards Norman!
     
  7. pcrecord

    pcrecord Quality recording seeker ! Distinguished Member

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    I don't think there is a miracle solution.. Sorry !
     
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  8. kmetal

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    I would way rather just snag a budget laptop and interface, and have my entire collection with me.

    A dual core amd a6 based laptop can be had for 180$. Add in a basic ssd drive, and a berringer interface and your mobile for under $300.
     
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  9. Norman Fernandez

    Norman Fernandez Active Member

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    Yes my friend,
    That laptop is a good idea,

    I think I'll have to use Abelton Live,
     
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