Importing Multiple Samples Using Drag And Drop


  1. Select the samples that you want to import.
  2. Drag the samples to the key on the Mapping Editor keyboard where you want the first selected sample to be placed.

    If you drag samples from a separate browser window, the selection order determines how the samples are mapped, with the first selected sample being mapped to the first key.

  3. Move the mouse up and down.

    The samples are mapped chromatically. Moving the mouse up or down resizes the key range for each zone.

    • If you move the mouse pointer to the bottom of the Mapping Editor, the samples are distributed to different velocities rather than key ranges. The first selected sample gets the highest velocity and the last selected sample the lowest velocity.

    • If you press Ctrl/Cmd and move the mouse pointer to the bottom of the mapping view, the samples are layered on the keys that you drop them on.

    • If you press Ctrl/Cmd and point at a white key, the samples are mapped to the consecutive white keys only, and the key range cannot be extended. Pointing to a black key maps the samples to black keys instead.

  4. Release the mouse button to insert the samples.