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Share and download User samples (*.nsmp or *.nwiproj and sample files) created for the Nord Wave, Nord Electro 3/4, Nord Stage 2, and the new Nord Piano 2.
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Upload a MP3 file where you play some notes using your sample.
Click the "PLACE INLINE" button after uploading the MP3 sample in order to automatically create a Flash MP3 player in your post!
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Re: Sampling another instrument to use it in your Nord

Postby Frantz » 18 Jun 2015, 17:13

... and just in case ... just added the 3 midi files in first post ;)
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Re: Sampling another instrument to use it in your Nord

Postby Totmusic » 11 Jul 2015, 19:51

Greate job and many tnx 4 upploading the midi/velocity files :yourock:
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Re: Sampling another instrument to use it in your Nord

Postby hl1982 » 12 May 2016, 01:15

Hi - I may be a bit late here with this Q, but what is the point to the three velocity midi files? Are you combining them somehow, to provide the Nord instrument sounds to play when the keys are hit at different velocities? Or is it just so the user chooses one of the three and makes the audio file from there?
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Re: Sampling another instrument to use it in your Nord

Postby pablomastodon » 12 May 2016, 06:29

the latter -- pick the one which sounds best to your ears. Some synth patches may have a very distinct "flavor" at seriously low velocities, <10 for example. Can always normalize volume levels afterward to compensate -- or increase gain sens on recording input...
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