Loading Samples into the Reaktor Sample Map Feature
There would not be much point to using many of the available ensembles for Reaktor if you could not add and use your own samples. So this helpful video tutorial will walk through the process of adding samples to the Reaktor Sample Map feature. This is a very common question and we hope that it is easy enough for anyone to follow along with successfully. Of course, if you still have questions after watching it, please feel free to join us in our forums where our Reaktor community shares tips, tricks and lessons to help each other improve their understanding of this amazing tool from Native Instruments. One thing to always be aware of before you delete samples from any ensemble’s sample map. These sounds may not be present elsewhere on your harddrive and should be backed up before any sounds are deleted if you are at all unsure. It is always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to samples and file management!
The steps required for adding your own samples to the Reaktor Sample Map feature are actually quite simple. First, you need to make sure that Reaktor is running in Edit Mode. Next, you need to decide whether or not you will be deleting existing samples from the Reaktor Sample Map or not. If you are going to delete sounds, back them up first. You need to select the samples in the sample map before you can delete or move them in any way. Once you have the necessary space available for you sounds, you can simply drag and drop them right into the Reaktor Sample Map interface. All that is left to do after this is to assign the sounds to the keys you prefer and away you go!
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