Ich blicke selber kaum noch durch. Both buttons stop blinking and the F1 returns to Performancemode. The software described by this docu- ment is subject to a License Agreement and may not be copied to other media. The Remix Set itself takes up very little space on yourhard drive. This might be es-pecially true if you want to match the target pad's color with another pad's color by keeping theassigned colors in view.
You can choose your desired option using the en-coder knob: Press the encoder knob to activate your selected option. This Remix Deck Overview function is very useful to get a quick idea of what is going on ina Remix Deck. When pressing the encoder knob at this point, a loop of the specified length will be activat-ed in the capture source Deck. If you wantyour Sample to start right on the downbeat, then Sample Start Offset will be at zero. The color we want the red is at the top-left corner of the Pad Matrix pad A1.
Experiment with Sample Nudge to humanize your remixes. Now press the pad to toggle Sync on, so that the pad is synced with the Deck's tempo andinternal timeline. When activated, the button blinks and all other mode buttons turn off. The Pad Matrix in Play Type sub-mode. This is for making copies of a Sample.
Still others might just create a different pattern for each page in a Remix Set for easyorientation. To download free the most recent version of this software. Offsetting Sample PlaybackOffset moves the starting position of a Sample in 16th note steps. In this example, we've loaded the kick on the left and moved to less rhythmic elements tothe right. The Master function sets the Remix Deck itself to operate as Master. You can now set the capture length as explained in the next section. Two examples illustrate situa-tions where you would do this:Example 1: In Sample Slot 1 there is a Sample which is too loud compared to the other Samples,while all Volume faders are at their maximum all the way up position.
Push and Hold the Encoder for OverviewTo have a quick birds-eye overview of what is playing in your Remix Deck, press and hold theencoder knob. Copying Samples can be a very powerful way of varying parts in your remix. Thanks Tekken for that mapping. There is no oneway to do this some remix artists might prefer to color-code by type of instrument, withall the kicks being one color for example. When you enter or exit the Gate Override sub-mode, Samples which had already been playingbefore entering the sub-mode will not change their play states. Now release both buttons and the Sample will continue to play.
Note that this is independentof the Remix Deck's filter parameters, which are controlled by the Filter knobs at the upperpart of the F1. The Samples themselves are unaffected. In order to accomplish all of this, the F1 architecture is based on a number of modes, all ofwhich we will describe in this chapter. Here, the mode's name iswritten on the button. Depending on the scenario, youwill often want to keep the values long four beats, eight beats, or even longer to keep yourmusical phrases synced up. If there were no dot, it wouldindicate that the Sample is transposed three half steps up.
The Manual gives an overview of the Remix Decks and how the F1 is per-fectly tailored to operate them. The only elements unaffected by the various other controller modes are theFilter knobs and the Volume faders; they always have the same function. Turning theknobs clockwise from 12 o'clock raises the cutoff frequency of a high-pass filter letting high-er-pitched sounds through and filtering out lower ones. The green pads are Loops and the blue ones are One-shots. Pressing the encoder knob again will deactivate the loop. To make musical sense, the movement of the marker is constrained so that the length of theplayable area is always in multiples or divisions of 2 with respect to the full length of theSample.
This does not change the stored property of the Sample Cells se-lecting this mode does not change all the Sample Slots to Gate mode. I'd rather kick back with the computer on the table in front of my and my controller in my hands to do this. The Slot Player's play-heads will also be reset to the Sample start positions. When pressing the encoder knob at this point, a loop of the specified length will be activat-ed in the capture source Deck. In addition, the pads have a set of secondary functions, governing the Sample Slot parameters,which will be described in section 4.
The effect of having a pad's sync on or off depends on both the nature of the Sample andthe Deck's tempo. After a quick Pad Matrixanimation, you'll see the chosen pad lit up dimly now, indicating that it contains a Sam-ple, but is not yet playing. If there appears to be a hard-ware malfunction, immediately stop using the hardware and contact Native Instruments. If the selection is ex-pandable or collapsible , pressing the encoder knob will expand or collapse the selectednode in the Tree. Hit the pad you want to paste to. Press and hold the pad you wish to change. If you do not intend to use any of these audio interfa- ces, you can deactivate the checkboxes.