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Re: Use sampler to playback recording
It honestly depends on how long your sound is before
you want a repeat. Most samplers have a limited amount
of memory. Going computer is good because a lot of
sample programs will read off your hard drive.
I still keep a Pioneer CDJ800 in my rig for much
longer stuff and stuff I want to "scratch."
--- Jeff Kaiser <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> meant "inexpensive" midi keyboard controller!
> Jeff Kaiser
> pfMENTUM.com � AngryVegan.com
> On Jun 1, 2006, at 2:14 PM, Jeff Kaiser wrote:
> > Have you considered a laptop based sampler? There
> are plenty out
> > there, and you could use an expensive midi
> keyboard controller to
> > trigger the sounds......
> > Jeff Kaiser
> > http://www.jeffkaisermusic.com
> > pfMENTUM.com � AngryVegan.com
> > On Jun 1, 2006, at 2:07 PM, Veda, Qua wrote:
> >> Hi
> >> I have experimented with recording "found
> sounds", burning to CD,�
> >> playing the CD while I play Stick in live
> performance���� E.g.�� I
> >> play along to a 3min. recording I made of tree
> frog sounds
> >> I am considering the Roland Fantom XR
> (synth/sampler) for creating a
> >> wide variety of sounds from midi keybd.�
> >> Then� it occurred to me that I could also load
> my� recordings into
> >> it,� and play them back during live performance
> instead of using a
> >> CD player or iPod.� (as long as they don't
> avail memory).����
> >> I've never used a h/w sampler before,� but I
> think this would work -
> >> correct ?
> >> http://www.roland.com/products/en/Fantom-XR/
> >> -Qua
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