Dropping a folder of 32 samples into slate?

edited January 18 in Support

Is it possible to load 32 samples in one go into Slate? Instead of dragging them one by one when creating a new kit.

Thanks

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  • I don’t think so but you don’t have to drag them. Just select the pad and double tap the sample. Not as good as a folder but quicker than dragging.

  • edited January 18

    Welcome to the forum!

    Good question. The short answer is no.

    How would Slate know which sample should go onto which pad? Or onto which velocity layer? Obsidian’s Autoload feature can do that if all of the samples have a suffix including note name & number, like C2. Slate would have to have that feature coded into it, and the To Do list is already long, so not likely. Also all the samples you might want to use in Slate would have to have the suffix added to the sample names. Which way will be faster most of the time?

  • @anickt said:
    I don’t think so but you don’t have to drag them. Just select the pad and double tap the sample. Not as good as a folder but quicker than dragging.

    Thanks that's useful!

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