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Re: Playing loops/samples with a midi keyboard?

More on the edp sampleplay?

Might just be easier to get a korg microsampler.

On Aug 4, 2011 3:00 AM, "andy butler" <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> the answer is probably no :-(
> If you mean playing a single sample over the range of a keyboard then
> you need a way to convert Note-On and Note-Off messages to
> ProgCh which the LP-1 can understand.
> If you can do that, and I realise it's unlikely you have hardware that
> can then, it's possible.
> For each program the LP-1 to select the pitch and retrigger.
> Probably you also need to program StopNow for the ProgCh corresponding
> to Note-Off.
> By combining LP-1 'mellotron mode' with halfspeed you'll get 2 octaves.
> Be aware though, the LP-1 speed change is very lo-fi, that might
> not be the sound you want.
> If you want to record up to 16 *different* samples and play them
> back with a keyboard then the EDP SamplePlay will do that.
> andy
> marcus kirby wrote:
>> Say I set up a loop on an EDP or LP1 (anything really), is there any way
>> to take that loop/sample and play it with a keyboard?
>> I was thinking of doing live sampling. I know it would be easier to
>> capture something in ableton, drop it to sampler, and play it with a
>> midi keyboard. I just wanted to know if this was possible with older units.