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Is it possible to save Rekordbox sample banks?

I have a DDJ-RX and am finally getting to grips with the sampler.

I have filled all 4 banks with samples and am now wondering if its possible to save this as a setup / patch so I can then import more samples and switch patches during sets? I can't find anything about this in the documentation.

For example if I want to use the sampler plus pack, I would lose all the bank setup I just did.

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Hungry Man DJ

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It's something that really has to happen in future Rekordbox versions.

If you are playing a hiphop set one night, you will need a totally different sound set to play a house set the next night.

Ditto if you want to do a set where you use samples to produce live tunes, you will need to change the 8 banks every 10 minutes or so.

Even just staying up to date means importing new samples but you don't necessarily want to throw the old ones away or lose the settings!

Hungry Man DJ 0 votes
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Right now Rekordbox will save loaded sample banks when you shut down and then start up again.  I am going to move this post to suggestions so the engineers will see it..

Jay 0 votes
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Thanks thats great. I will feed back any other suggestions as I use the sampler more.

Hungry Man DJ 0 votes
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I would also like to see this in future Rekordbox versions. Would definitely be a great attribute to have.

 

Rondon Ramlal 0 votes
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Same here. It's a really nice feature which is missing

Benjamin Heinemann 0 votes
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Hi Pioneer

 

Will you be addressing this anytime soon?

 

Many thanks

DJ KnightSkool 0 votes
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Yes please!! 

This would be an excellent feature and one I have relied on heavily using Traktor for both club DJing and Turntablism techniques.

Thank you!

Craig Parry 0 votes
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