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How do i edit sample parameters after recording ??

Okay, so noob question here. It's only my 2nd play on the toraiz.

I've loaded up a sample and hit the scale button. Then recorded in a melody over 3 different notes. It plays back just how i recorded it. Great. So i then want to do something a little more ambitious over a bunch of notes, but stuffed it up. So i need to go and fix it. 

Where can i find the scale parameter on the sequence screen to then edit and tidy it up after making the recording ? I'm presuming it's on this screen, as that's where i can quantise notes, etc. Might be looking in the wrong place though. 

Have searched through the manual and it isn't jumping off the page. . . 

Please and thanks for your help. 

 

Matt Pony Answered

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Hello Matt,

if your looking to edit pitch parameter for your sequenced melody, you need to press and hold the note you want to edit on the sequencer.  Then you can use the PITCH parameter to edit that single part of the melody.

Let me know if this is what your trying to accomplish.

Thanks 

D.j. Creme
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Cool thanks for this Dj Creme.

I held down a different pad while scale was turned on, while holding the other sequenced button on and that changed the note as planned.

By the pitch parameter you're just referring to what i've done above ? Couldn't see any corresponding information on the sequence screen that i was working on. So I was sort of flying blind . Is that right ? 

Thanks ! 

 

Matt Pony 0 votes
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Pitch and Scale are 2 different things. The Scale more for now is rudimentary at best or even non existent , so you have to sample everything in scale and then edit it which again is bare bones. You can pitch your sample up and down but that barely meets expectations. 

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Cool DJ Creme, that worked fine. Bummer there's no fine tuning, but

I can make do without it for the time being. Thanks for your help. 

Matt Pony 0 votes
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