[fruityloops] Re: sample browser - was Importing sound files

  • From: - F - <zznarff@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 21:45:57 -0800 (PST)

Exactly !!
It does the job perfectly. I drop all my sample in the "Collected" folder under 
various sub folder for percussion or pads or whatever ... When you export a 
loop or sample you can ofcourse to export to a spesific (or new) folder - just 
create one in your sample library (where ever you set yours up) ...
 amit wadhwa <amit@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
i find the sample browser pretty helpful. its nice to be able to cruise 
through sounds without going into a windows file menu and simply right-click 
it to add it to a channel. as far as its organization, it retains the same 
directory/file structure as you samples folders do. what else do you want 
it to do? 


Rui.Barata@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes: 

> "Personally, I'd recommend you forget about
> the sample browser; its more hassle/trouble/confusion than its worth." 
> Seems we have the same oppinion. Anyway, I think this is because of the way
> how the sounds are organised in the sample browser. The user should be able
> to customize it (maybe can do it but I don't know :-) 
> Thanks for your advise Andy. Later I will try to do the job. 
> Bye 
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