The Auto-Mapping feature allows you to use parts of sample filenames to determine Zone information and automatically create zones based on this information. If you have a large number of samples this can be the difference in whether a deadline is missed or not. In this week’s subscriber video, we’ll take a look at how you can Save Time Placing Zones By Mapping Samples Automatically.
Placing Zones manually by dragging Samples from the Browser into the Zone grid works well if your Instrument doesn’t contain a lot of Zones, or if your Samples are conveniently named in a way that makes it possible to pre-sort them in the Browser before you create Zones out of them. But what if the samples are named in a way that doesn’t sort well? There’s no way to get the Browser to sort them in any meaningful way.
For scenarios like this, the Mapping Editor includes an Auto-Mapping feature. It consists of a customizable filename scanner that first attempts to determine which parts of your Sample’s filenames could contain valuable information, then lets you assign to which Zone parameters these parts should be mapped.
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