How to Use Twisted Tools Rolodecks with Your Own Sample Maps
The last time we looked at Twisted Tools Rolodecks Reaktor ensemble it was centered around using it with Native Instruments Maschine controller. Today we look at how to begin customizing this amazing multi-effects tool to really make it fit you and your music by using your own sample maps. Sample maps is something else that was discussed this week in an earlier post, if you are interested in checking it out. Let’s see what today’s lesson is all about.
This tutorial for Twisted Tools Rolodecks kicks off with a brief reminder of what it actually is, followed by how you can flip through the many preinstalled sample loops included in the factory content library via the Sample knob. You can also browse through the entire sample library using the sample editor interface. This allows you to hear the entire sample, rather than just a small or interrupted version accessible via the Sample on the main Rolodecks interface.
Next, Brent shows you how to gain access to the sample map load interface, where you can upload your own custom sample maps. This is one very cool feature of Twisted Tools Rolodecks because it lets you easily swap out samples in a matter of seconds. Now with your own sounds loaded you can take advantage of the many snapshots already set for you by the Twisted Tools team, or create your own to call out all the best elements of your samples. He also takes the time to make sure how browsing and saving of snapshots should be done when working in Rolodecks.
Of course, if you do not already have Twisted Tools Rolodecks, please visit their official website for more information and download links.
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